It's that time of year when ESPN Magazine puts out their annual Body Issue featuring athletes who *BARE* all. ESPN / Via espn.com This year, we are all truly blessed because Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat is gracing the cover. ESPN @espn Dwyane Wade will grace the cover of the 2016 #BodyIssue. The issue drops July 6. 03:29 PM - 21 Jun 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite And he's BUTT naked. ESPN @espn DWade overcame his fear of posing nude in the 2016 #BodyIssue. Check out his photos here: https://t.co/ONkQO8OJpZ 12:33 PM - 21 Jun 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite It's really a thing of beauty. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com In the issue, Wade opens up about his longtime body image insecurities and explains why he finally chose to be a part of ESPN's Body Issue. ESPN / Via espn.go.com "I had a fear of being naked in front of others and a fear of being judged. So to me, overcoming that is the biggest thing," he explained. ESPN / Via espn.go.com "Someone may look at me and think, 'Why would you have insecurity?' Well, this is real life and I'm human, and these are the things that I deal with that many others might deal with." ESPN / Via espn.go.com Other athletes like UFC fighter Conor McGregor, NFL player and MVP Von Miller, and Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs will also be a part of the issue, in addition to other unnamed athletes. instagram.com But honestly, does anyone else even matter??? ESPN / Via espn.go.com Same, Gabrielle Union. Same. instagram.com 😍 😍 😍 instagram.com You can read the full interview and see more photos on ESPN. The issue hits news stands on July 6.