May 28, 2012 3:16 PM | By Ian Harrison, MSN Sports
Sports' biggest hotheads

Anger management issues



Whether it's freak-outs at referees and umpires, screaming matches with the media or tussles with opponents and even teammates, some guys just can seem to keep their cool. (© THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young)
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  • Whether it's freak-outs at referees and umpires, screaming matches with the media or tussles with opponents and even teammates, some guys just can seem to keep their cool. (© THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young)
  • Brett Lawrie - Sports' biggest hotheads (© THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young)
  • Joey Barton - Sports' biggest hotheads (© Back Page Images / Rex Features)
  • John Tortorella- Sports' biggest hotheads (© AP Photo/Tom Mihalek)
  • Ndamukong Suh - Sports' biggest hotheads (© AP Photo/Jim Prisching)
  • Marco Baghdatis - Sports' biggest hotheads (© AP Photo/John Donegan)
  • John McEnroe - Sports' biggest hotheads (© Mirrorpix/Courtesy Everett Collection)
  • Milton Bradley - Sports' biggest hotheads (© AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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It's a reputation that no athlete or coach really wants. But for those sports stars who struggle to control their anger and antics, earning the label of hothead is often richly deserved. Whether it's freak-outs at referees and umpires, screaming matches with the media or tussles with opponents and even teammates, some guys just can seem to keep their cool.

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