Tiger Woods Shirtless, Pumping Iron on Cover of Vanity Fair
Ooh the big scary Tiger! We’re shaking in our boots.
While we typically salivate over brawny athletes (Tom Brady we’re looking at you), next month’s cover of Vanity Fair has us cringing rather than clapping.
Tiger Woods is “raw” and clearly a little peeved in the February issue which features “never-before-seen” photos. Check out that expression on his face … doesn’t he just look as if he knows his world is coming to an end?
Besides the he-man pics, the issue includes an essay on the golf pro by Pulitzer Prize winner Buzz Bissinger.
“In the end it was the age-old clash of image versus reality….” Bissinger writes. “He deluded himself into thinking he could be something that he wasn’t: untouchable. The greatest feat of his career is that he managed to get away with it for so long in public, the bionic man instead of the human one who hit a fire hydrant.”
More like the moron who couldn’t keep it in his pants. Will you be purchasing a copy of February’s Vanity Fair? (Us Magazine)