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  • Bob Knight
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  • Bob Knight is a American Professional wrestler.
  • Robert Mitchum "Rob" or "Bob" or "Bert" or "Bubbly" Knight-Kaspornov (born December 25, 1923) is a retired Soviet basketball coach. Nicknamed "The F*cking Princess", Knight has coached his teams to victories in 902 competitions, more than any other head coach, except Mike Sha-Shes-Key of North Carolina at Duke. Pat Summitt of Tennessee also has more victories, but they are invalid because they came from coaching women. On January 1, 1994, he achieved his 880th bloody victory, breaking the record held by George S. Patton.
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  • silver
serviceyears
  • 1941
Branch
  • Basketball
Nickname
  • The F*cking Princess
Name
  • Bob Knight
  • Robert Mitchum Knight-Kaspornov
Caption
  • Knight and "good friend" Dick Vitale visited the happiest place on Earth, Disneyland, in 2007.
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  • #FFE93E
Height
  • 2.200000
Title
  • Co-Host of America's Funniest Home Videos with Daisy Fuentes
PlaceOfDeath
  • In Dick Vitale's f*cking arms
PlaceOfBirth
  • Leningrad, USSR
Names
  • Bob Knight
Awards
  • People's "Sexiest Man Alive"
  • Time "Person of the Year"
Rank
  • Head Men's F*cking Basketball Coach
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  • 20
Allegiance
  • Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Battles
  • World War II
  • Fight for Your Right to Party
  • The Brand-Knight War
  • The Global War on Heterosexuality
  • The Keady-Knight War
  • War on Poverty
TAB
  • General
  • Image gallery
  • Event history
Before
Years
  • 1998
After
Relations
  • Isiah "Dick" Thomas, ex-boyfriend
  • Neil Reid, choke buddy
  • Patrick Knight, son
  • Richard "Dick" Vitale, domestic partner
  • Stephen Alford, son
laterwork
  • GLAAD Vice President
  • Television actor and presenter
placeofburial
  • Upside-down
Born
  • 1923-12-25
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  • Bob Knight is a American Professional wrestler.
  • Robert Mitchum "Rob" or "Bob" or "Bert" or "Bubbly" Knight-Kaspornov (born December 25, 1923) is a retired Soviet basketball coach. Nicknamed "The F*cking Princess", Knight has coached his teams to victories in 902 competitions, more than any other head coach, except Mike Sha-Shes-Key of North Carolina at Duke. Pat Summitt of Tennessee also has more victories, but they are invalid because they came from coaching women. On January 1, 1994, he achieved his 880th bloody victory, breaking the record held by George S. Patton. He was most recently an assistant 6th grade girl's basketball coach at Oakcrest Middle School in Concord, New Hampshire before announcing his retirement on February 4, 2008, after three consecutive winless seasons. He was previously the head coach at Indiana University, Northeast Texas Community College, and the Soviet Military Academy. From 1971 to 2000, Knight assaulted the Indiana Hoosiers, where he beat his teams into winning three NCAA Championships. For his accomplishments, he received the National Coach of the Year honor 12 times (1971-1974, 1976, 1980-1985, 2005), was named Time Magazine's "Man of the Year" honor two times (1976, 1985), became People's "Sexiest Man Alive" three times (1990, 1994, 2007), and appeared on the cover of Sport's Illustrated's "Swimsuit Edition" four times (1991, 2000, 2006, 2010). Throughout his storied life, Knight was one of the world's most controversial people. He threw a complete dining room set a quarter of the way across the court during an Oakcrest Middle School game killing four male cheerleaders from the opposing team, was arrested for the 1994 murders of six Indiana assistant professors of Psychology (Knight was found not guilty by a jury of IU fans who did not want to lose their head coach; who cares about professors), and displayed a combative nature during encounters with male members of a Las Vegas whorehouse. On the other hand, Knight has been praised for running strict programs (freshmen players were not allowed to eat solid foods, to sleep more than two hours at a time, to wear clothes during practice, and to shower for more than ten seconds). Footage shown at IU Alumni banquets during the 1980s and 1990s frequently showed Knight throwing basketballs at tenured professors, yelling "I want to f*cking eat your brains," while smoking his trademark "victory cigar" - which, not to his knowledge, was a used women's tampon dipped in horse urine. In 2008, Knight joined BET (aka, the Basketball Channel) as a men's college basketball studio analyst during the preseason NIT.