10. Muhammad Ali
Floated like a butterfly, stung like a bee, and rhymed words like a cheese curds his way to three World Heavyweight Champion titles. As a conscientious objector to the Vietnam War, Ali proved that his metaphorical fighting abilities were also not to be reckoned with. Despite being faced with a suspension from boxing and possible imprisonment, he refused to take part in a war he did not agree with. In addition to "The Greatest," Ali is also referred to by many in the boxing community as "The Champ," "The Louisville Lip," and "Not the Guy with the Grill."
9. Julius Caesar
Roman general and statesman falsely credited by many as the creator of the Caesar salad, and by some the creator of Orange Julius. Caesar helped turn Roman Republic into the Roman Empire, made his own calendar, and boinked Cleopatra. Doesn't sound like the type of guy who associates with salad or fruit drinks, now does it?
8. Winston Churchill
A two-time Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Churchill is considered by many to be one of the greatest wartime leaders of all time. Nicknamed "The British Bulldog" by the Russians, his tenacity and bold decision making played a large role in the Allies' victory over the Axis powers in World War II. In addition to being a noted statesman, Churchill was also an accomplished writer, artist, and historian.
Leader of the Hunnic Empire known across the land for his brutality. Specifically, the land stretching from the Ural River to the Rhine River and from the Danube River to the Baltic Sea. There is no first-person account of what he looked like, so one can assume that, regardless of whether or not he was good looking, his appearance could be described as "drop dead."
6. George Patton
George Patton was a US General during WWII. In charge of the US Third Army, Patton covered and liberated more land and captured more enemies in less time than any other army in history. His actions were crucial in the defeat of the German army, leading Hitler to call him "the most dangerous man [the Allies] have." However, his military time was almost cut short due to multiple instances where he slapped soldiers. He was the army's youngest "Master of the Sword" and an Olympic athlete.