Words matter. These are the best Idolized Quotes from famous people such as Michael Hutchence, Travis Kelce, Gary Payton, Baron Corbin, Martin Luther King III, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’ve never tried to emulate anyone. I’ve never idolized people, I prefer instead to get off on attitudes.
I’ve played ‘Madden’ my entire life and all of the guys in the 90s I idolized growing up.
I became real good friends with John Stockton and Karl Malone and am still good friends with them to this day. It was always good to go see them and then play with them in the 1996 Olympics as well. I idolized John Stockton at the time, I tried to model my game after him.
Growing up, I idolized Big Boss Man and Bam Bam Bigelow just because they were big guys who could move and were tough. I felt like they both rode motorcycles. And Bam Bam had his head tattooed. Those are the guys who really got me into wrestling.
You know, when you’ve idolized something, you put it on a shelf, lift it up, and when King Day comes out, you pull it out and show it. Or when Black History Month comes out, you show it, or when April 4th or other times, you show it. But, you see, Dad wouldn’t want us to idolize.
Getting to share the ring with guys I idolized is never going to stop being surreal for me.
I idolized my father, especially as a young boy. He was bigger than life. He commanded the room.
I always idolized Zidane.
I loved cowboy films and TV series, and I learned bits of English from them. My favorite was ‘Laramie’, with Robert Fuller and John Smith. I used to watch ‘The Lone Ranger’, which had been famous in Japan as well. I idolized these cowboys.
Everyone should be respected as an individual, but no one idolized.
The fact that I’m not a good musician – I throw it around, tell people that – it doesn’t matter that much. It only matters to me, because I idolized good musicians. I absolutely worshiped them.
I’ve always idolized Jay-Z He’s one of my favorite persons, even before I knew him personally.
I have always idolized eccentric people.
I had a long talk with Ken Dryden just about life. It’s pretty cool to be able to talk with somebody you’ve idolized your whole life.
If I ever complain about yachting around the Mediterranean with Madonna, who I just idolized as a child, I should be slapped across the face.
I am not a big fan of Mike Tyson. I almost idolized him for what he did in the ring – he was such a great fighter. But his behavior out of the ring… he needed to realize he was in the public eye, and there is a responsibility.
As a kid, I always idolized entrepreneurs. I thought they were cool people in the way that I thought basketball players were cool people. It’s cool that some people get paid to dunk basketballs, but I’m not one of those people.
The men I idolized built their bodies and became somebody – like Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger – and I thought, ‘That can be me.’ So I started working out. The funny thing is I didn’t realize back then that I was having a defining moment.
In Prosper, the city shuts down and everybody goes to the games… Everything shuts down. You’re idolized around there… Texas high school football – it’s a lifestyle. It’s a culture.
As far as working against Finn Balor, I always idolized him. I looked up to him. When I was in Dragon Gate Pro Wrestling, he came to Dragon Gate, and was the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion.
First time I met Hulk Hogan, I had a life-sized poster of him in my room and I idolized him as a kid.
I worked with everybody, the best, and they actually paid me money to stand next to the people I idolized.
Bruce Lee was the first star I idolized. Growing up as a Chinese American, there weren’t many people like me on the big screen.
When someone asks if you want to play Brittany Murphy, who you idolized as a child and grew up loving and who you wanted to be, you can’t say no. Even if it’s the most terrifying thing someone asks you to do.
I had this idea that the coolest thing that could happen to you was talking with God. My father was always talking about God, and I idolized my father, so I’d spend hours trying to have mental telepathy with God.
I never really idolized any one golfer.
I’m definitely doing better. I never realized that I would get the support that I’ve gotten from everybody – from my fans, to people that I’ve idolized my whole life. So it’s overwhelming, it’s amazing and I believe that everything happens for a reason so I’m in a really good place right now.
I used to watch Monte Irvin play when I was a kid. I idolized him. I used to wait in front of the ballpark just for him to pass by so I could see him.
I grew up, and I’m getting the chance to make music with the people I idolized.
I always idolized guys like Deion Sanders, Barry Sanders, Steve Young and the entire 49ers team, really. I was a huge 49ers fan growing up.