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A sexual position that originated in Akron, Ohio. It was later stolen and known as "doggy style" but the hometown people know their roots.
"I'm going to that chick's house tonight. Hopefully she's easy enough for me to give her the akron hammer"
by Zak Keasey December 30, 2009
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The "new and improved" nickname for LeBron James that is apparently "TAKING THE U.S.A. BY STORM." The "Akron" part of the name is because of the simple fact that LeBron James hails from the mean streets of Akron, Ohio. The "hammer" part of the nickname serves no purpose. It could just serve the purpose of giving Michelle Beadle an excuse to fantasize about getting hammered in the ass by LeBron James.
Nobody knows where this definition first came into existence but Michelle Beadle will continue to use this word in an unchallenged manner on SportsNation. Never fear though Michelle will eventually stop using this word once she realizes that she has no chance of getting LeBron on her and she will soon begin to hate him..just like Tom Brady whom she now despises for "no apparent reason."

The only time you would ever use this word is if you wanted to sound like a complete and utter moron.
guy 1: "Oh my god did you just see that monster dunk?!?! The Akron Hammer strikes again!!!."

guy 2: "I'm almost positive that's fuggin LEBRON JAMES you retard...but yeah Kobe got wrecked."
by Michelle Beadle is a bitch December 25, 2009
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The greatest basketball player ever to play in the category of those that will finish their careers HAVING NEVER WON ONE RING.
Mark: Dude, LeBron is lighting it up tonight.

Jon: I know it dude, it's just too bad THE AKRON HAMMER always chokes in the playoffs, and blames it on everyone but won't take the blame himself. He will not even shake hands after he loses because he is an awful sore loser, Mark.
by The Judge123 November 10, 2009
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