Chris Craziness: March Madness Round of 64 – Ludacris vs. Chris Evert


For today’s round of Chris Craziness, we have a head to head battle with the rapper who kept us on the dance floor and arguably the GOAT of women’s tennis.

Welcome to Day 3 of our round of Chris Craziness Tournament. It’s great to see everyone voting and retweeting the polls. Remember, this tournament is going to last through March Madness so if you aren’t following the Culturess Twitter account, DO IT! You don’t want to miss any of the fun.

Round 3

Ludacris attends The Roast of Justin Bieber held at the Sony Picture Studios in Los Angeles, CA on March 14th, 2015. (Photo by Adam Orchon) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***

Christopher Brian “Ludacris” Bridges (Rapper & Actor)

You might know Christopher by his stage name, Ludacris. Chris has made himself a big name in entertainment since he got his big break. He got his start as an intern Atlanta’s Hot 97.5 radio station and DJ’ing at events throughout the city. Ludacris manage to score a collaboration with famed Rapper-Producer, Timbaland. And as they say, the rest is history. Since 1998, Ludacris has put out nine albums and won three Grammy awards. For Luda, acting roles came calling, and he answered the call.  His first significant role was in 2003’s, 2 Fast 2 Furious. He would find critical success in the Screen Actors Guild and Critics Choice Award-winning movie, Crash.  Luda has no plan to quit music but he is attached to several movie and TV projects.


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Chris Evert (Tennis Champion)

As a former world No. 1 professional tennis player, Chris Evert knows everything about winning. She has 18 grand slam singles and three double titles. Chris was the world number one singles player for seven years, and five of them were back to back. Even while at the peak of her tennis care, Evert was president of the Women’s Tennis Association for 11 years. She was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1995. After retirement from professional tennis, she became a tennis coach then served as an analyst for ESPN. She also has her own tennis and active apparel line with Tail Activewear. She’s widely considered the best female tennis player of all-time. We could not agree more.

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Tell us in the comments who you think should win? Should it be “What’s Your Fantasy” rapper or the tennis great? The choice is up to you.