In case you missed it, here’s the full 45 minutes behind-the-scenes documentary titled, “A Football Life: Ray Lewis,” which features NFL star Ray Lewis as he goes from the outspoken, ferocious Baltimore Ravens linebacker to a caring, heart warming, emotional, good dad off the field.
This must see documentary shows Lewis mic’d up on the football field, the sidelines and locker room for the entire 2011 season. The cameras also show Lewis spending time with his 6 children, his father, and fans.
Meet Claressa Shields, the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in boxing.
Shields, who is only 17 years old, won the gold medal in the middle weight division by beating Russia’s 33-year-old Nadezda Torlopova.
Since returning from the 2012 London Olympics on August 13th, 2012, things have been a whirlwind for Shields.
Everywhere you look, you see her name and face: on telephone poles, billboards, windows, and newspapers.
Whenever Olympic Gold Medalist Claressa Shields enters a room, she’s greeted like a conquering hero, all the while insisting on being treated just like everyone else.
“I’ve just been doing interviews and signing autographs and pictures,” Shields said. “It’s just really crazy but I kind of still don’t believe it. I still really haven’t sat down and said ‘yeah, I’m ranked No. 1 in the world and I’m an Olympic Gold Medalist.’ It just hasn’t hit me.”