2015 SUMMER DOUBLE ISSUE

Where Are They Now?

42 Brett Favre

The Gunslinger in retirement—really

BY GREG BISHOP

50 WWE Mania

Aging lords of the ring reunite

BY KOSTYA KENNEDY

58 Jose Canseco

Infamy, guns and dingers

BY JACK DICKEY

64 Marlin Briscoe

The wild ride of a trailblazing QB

BY PHIL TAYLOR

70 Drew Henson

A two-sport phenom turned scout

BY PETE THAMEL

74 Chairmen of the Cardboard

Way back when, they struck a pose

BY BEN BASKIN

80 Cheryl Miller

The greatest player's latest stop

BY JOAN NIESEN

84 MLS Pioneers

Remembering the birth of a league

BY ALEXANDER ABNOS

92 The Strays of Sochi

The best Olympic souvenirs of all

BY MARK BEECH

96 Don King

A boxing original in his twilight

BY CHRIS MANNIX

102 Baha Men

The lasting legacy of a cheesy hit

BY BEN REITER

108 Dolph Lundgren

From MIT to Rocky IV—and beyond

BY CHRIS NASHAWATY

112 Tommy John Casualties

Moving on when the surgery fails

BY STEPHANIE APSTEIN

118 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

The development of an intellectual

BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

Departments

6 SI NOW

8 Inbox

10 Leading Off

20 Scorecard

24 Faces in the Crowd

34 Just My Type

Dan Patrick: Frank Kaminsky on minivans and Michael Jordan

124 Point After

Steve Rushin: The nostalgia--sports connection (updated)

ON THE COVER:

Mark Tucker for Sports Illustrated

PHOTOPhotograph by Kevin Liles For Sports IllustratedHAIR APPARENT King's coif and catchphrase remain instantly recognizable, even if he no longer carries heavyweight clout.

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