I imagine that Alexander The Great was the Chuck Norris of his time, what with all the myths and tales involving him.
TRANSCRIPTION COURTESY OF JOSEPH HOUK - "If Historical Figures Did Television Commercials," #6: [330 BC] He was Aristotle's star pupil. He can undo the toughest knot and tame the fiercest horse. Amazon women were sent by their queen to breed with him. He has numerous cities named after himself. When people speak of him, they never hesitate to put 'The Great' after his name. He is... The Most Interesting Man In the World. (Alexander the Great) "I don't always drink beer, but when I do... (holding the bottle up) ...I prefer 'Dos Equis'. Stay thirsty, my friends."