TBT: The Greatest Mullets in Pro Sports History
Easily the most underutilized hairstyle, the mullet reached it's height of popularity in the early 1990's. Most men wore them with mustaches and track suits, but every man wore it well. Here's a quick peek at the greatest mullets in the history of professional sports.
This sonofabitch was living proof that you didn't need to be the best player on your team to crush some ass in the 90's...you just had to be second best with a first-class mullet.
Looks like Canseco wasn't only pumping steroids into his ass cheek before a big game. They must have made some kind of special steroid shampoo for that beautiful mane of hair.
You think that having a good personality got Kruk his job as an MLB analyst? Think again, buddy. It was the knee-weakening, panty-melter of a mullet.
Did Bird prove that there was at least one man in the NBA who could compete with the skills of Magic? Yes. But more importantly, he proved that a mullet is best paired with an elegant mustache.
Bosworth may not have lived up to the hype he had coming out of college, but I'll tell you one thing: That mullet is first-ballot Hall of Fame all the way.