Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre of High Noon join Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Molly Qerim Rose on First Take super debate week to discuss whether Tiger Woods or Michael Jordan is more iconic. Max actually would take Muhammad Ali over them but agrees with Bomani that MJ is more iconic. Pablo and Stephen A. explains that Tiger's larger global appeal pushes him past Jordan.

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