Yeah, Greg is right. I'm not saying that Mook is that greatest. As a matter of fact, I'm not sure how you could possibly derive that from reading this ... I mean, I think the phrases "invincibility is a mindset" and "no matter what the reality of the situation was, the perception was that of invincibility" and "manufactured his invincibility" are pretty self explanatory. What I'm saying is that Mook compared himself to Jordan because, in his mind, he truly believed he couldn't lose, and that he was the greatest. Whether you believe that or not isn't really the point of the bio. The point is that Mook did. Get me?