More example from the same guy, the first vid shows strength, endurance and agility. This one presents speed, extremely agility, equilibrium and again, power.
Everyone apart from one person has forgot about soccer. Especially outside of america and canada its the hardest sport in the world in my opinion. You have to have good acceleration, top speed, co-ordination, reflexes, strength and power and have to keep all of that up for two 45 minuite halfs with only a ten minuite break in between. And Soccer seasons last usually about 10 months with only a 2 month break which is taken up with pre-season training. MMA and NFL you only fight maybe 3-4 times a year and NFL season is about 3 months long so you have ample time to recover. Also look at the skill involved in soccer, its much harder to learn all the skills involvedrather than catching/throwing or punching/takedowns etc.
Watch this video of theo walcott,
Sprints about 100yards past 4 other players and perfectly places a 20+ yard ball to his team mates feet. And hes not even classed as one of the top players in the world!
You know you should actually read what I originally stated. I was using golf as an example of a sport that most people will disregard as having supreme athletes in it in favour of "tougher" sports like footy codes. I think that it is folly to disregard a sport just because you think that it isn't tough enough, or the players aren't big enough or strong enough.
Footy codes look lame in comparison to martial arts, which require less coordination and skill than ball sports (especially those using bats, sticks, etc), which have less or no physical contact like gymnastics which has higher levels of strength and agility than any of the strength sports. The argument can go around and around in a circle with only one clear conclusion; fans of a sport think their sport is the best regardless of its failings.