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Rocking the Stache: The 10 Best Mustaches in Sports Today

One can tell a lot about a man by the greatness of his mustache. A good stache can say one is confident, sensitive, tough, and even a bit on the crazy side. Throughout the years, we have seen many pro

One can tell a lot about a man by the greatness of his mustache. A good stache can say one is confident, sensitive, tough, and even a bit on the crazy side. Throughout the years, we have seen many professional athletes sport some of the best mustaches known to man. Who could forget such greats as Rollie Fingers and Lanny McDonald? The memory of these great athletes is only enhanced by the image of their wild looking facial hair.

Though the mustache definitely reached its peak in professional sports during the 1980s, there are definitely still some good ones out there today. Of course, some of them are not so good, but that is part of what makes the stache such an amazing physical feature. It adds a bit of mystery to the man behind the mustache.

This group of guys has some of the best, or at least the most interesting, mustaches in sports today. Some will make you want to grab a razor and shave them yourself. Others might inspire you to grow such a glorious piece of facial hair of your own (or at least wish you could).  No matter what, this is one article you are surely going to enjoy.

10 Cal Clutterbuck

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9 John Axford

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8 Ryan Miller

7 Clay Zavada

6 Paul MacLean

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5 George Parros

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4 Andy Reid

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3 Jaromir Jagr

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2 Aaron Rodgers

1 Shahid Khan

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Shahid Khan’s mustache literally lays claim to being the Led Zeppelin of lip hair. Nobody, absolutely nobody, rocks the stache harder than the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Khan is worth an estimated $3.8 billion. He is the richest person in the world of Pakistani descent. He made his fortune as the owner of Flex N Go, which provide auto parts to companies such as GMC, Toyota and Ford. Khan purchased the Jaguars on November 29, 2011 from Wayne Weaver for an estimated $760 million becoming the first owner of an NFL team from an ethnic background. His mustache alone could buy out the average person many, many times over. If you think that is a joke, go ask the tiny gremlin who lives in it.

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