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  • Georges "Rush" St-Pierre, also known as “GSP,” is a Canadian professional mixed martial artist and UFC world champion who holds black belts in both Kyokushin karate and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

     

    After seeing Royce Gracie fight in 1993 at UFC 1, Georges knew exactly what he wanted to do with his life. When he wasn’t training or at school, Georges worked as a doorman in nightclubs, or hung off the back of a garbage truck, hauling in refuse. He discovered a simple truth: never stopping helps reach goals.

     

    In 2006 he became the UFC Welterweight Champion. He lost the title in 2007 but subsequently regained it in front of his hometown fans of Montreal in 2008 and hasn’t lost a single title defense since then.

     

    Georges retired from the sport on December 13, 2013, holding the UFC record for most wins in title bouts and then returned to the octagon after a four-year layoff, where he defeated Michael Bisping by submission in the third round to win the UFC Middleweight Championship title, becoming the fourth fighter in the history of the organization to be a multi-division champion.

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  • Richter owns two special places in hockey history. He's the goalie who helped the New York Rangers end their 54-year Stanley Cup drought in 1994 and was MVP when the United States defeated Canada in the final of the World Cup of Hockey in 1996.

    The Rangers selected Richter in the second round (No. 28) of the 1985 NHL Draft.

    Richter played two seasons for the University of Wisconsin and one with the United States Olympic Team, going 2-2-0 in four appearances at the 1988 Calgary Olympics.

    Richter joined the Rangers to stay in 1989-90 and worked his way into a time-share with veteran John Vanbiesbrouck. The two split starts for most of 1991-92, combining to help New York win the Presidents' Trophy as the NHL's top regular-season team, though they lost to the Penguins in the second round of the playoffs.

    After the Rangers missed the playoffs in 1992-93, he opted to stick with Richter and was amply rewarded. Richter had a career year in 1993-94, going 42-16 with six ties, a 2.57 goals-against average, .910 save percentage and five shutouts, helping New York win the Presidents' Trophy again. He was even better in the playoffs, going 16-7 with a 2.07 GAA and four shutouts as the Rangers won the Cup for the first time since 1940.

    Two years later, Richter excelled for the U.S. at the initial World Cup of Hockey. He was named tournament MVP after his spectacular goaltending helped the United States defeat Canada in the best-of-3 final.

    His performance for the United States at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics helped the U.S. win the silver medal.

    Richter became the first goalie in Rangers history to win 300 games on Oct. 28, 2002, but win No. 301 proved to be his last NHL game -- he was kneed in the head against the Edmonton Oilers on Nov. 5, 2002, and never played again.

    He finished 301-258 with 73 ties, a 2.89 GAA, .904 save percentage and 24 shutouts in 666 regular-season games, and was 41-33 with a 2.68 GAA, .909 save percentage and nine shutouts in 76 playoff games.

    The Rangers retired his No. 35 on Feb. 4, 2004, and he was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame four years later. Beginning in 2014, the Mike Richter Award has been presented to the outstanding goalie in NCAA Division I hockey.

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  • "The Undertaker" gained significant mainstream popularity as a horror-themed, macabre entity who employed scare tactics and held links to the supernatural. 

    The longest-tenured wrestler in company history at 30 years, The Undertaker was one of the most prominent figures of the Attitude Era, a boom period in the company's business in the latter 1990s. His character transitioned into a biker in the early 2000s, before returning to a refined version of his previous gimmick in 2004. The Undertaker is heavily associated with WWE's flagship annual event, WrestleMania, where he became known for ‘The Streak’, a series of 21 straight victories. 

    Within the company, The Undertaker has won the WWF/E Championship four times, the World Heavyweight Championship three times, the Hardcore Championship once and the World Tag Team Championship six times. He is also one of WWE's most prolific pay-per-view performers, headlining several pay-per-view events, including WrestleMania on five occasions. 

    Widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, The Undertaker retired from professional wrestling in 2020 and made a farewell appearance at that year's Survivor Series event, 30 years to the day after he made his debut for the company. Although he remains retired, he is still signed with WWE.

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  • Jason Lee Scott is the Red Ranger, who leads the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to protect Earth from the wicked sorceress, Rita Repulsa. This premium, collectible Red Ranger helmet is full-scale, wearable, and features show-inspired design and detail, making it a great addition to a fan’s collection.

    Jason Lee Scott is a fictional major character and the main protagonist in the first season of the Power Rangers franchise, played by actor Austin St. John.

    • SIGNED by JASON LEE SCOTT AKA AUSTIN ST. JOHN
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    • COA by ASA (Armori Steele Autentics)
    • Full Size 1:1

     

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  • He has as glittering a goaltending resume as any man who has ever strapped on pads, and eccentricities to match. Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cup titles and talked to his goalposts. He was named the Conn Smythe winner as playoff MVP three times -- the only player in NHL annals who can say that -- and wrote the names of his kids on his goalie stick.

    He won more than 200 games with two teams, had his famous No. 33 retired by each of them, and for years made it a practice never to skate over a red line or blue line.

    NOTES & TRANSACTIONS

    • NHL All-Rookie Team (1986)
    • NHL Second All-Star Team (1988, 1991)
    • NHL First All-Star Team (1989, 1990, 1992, 2002)
    • Played in NHL All-Star Game (1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003)
    • Officially announced his retirement, May 28, 2003.


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  • Georges "Rush" St-Pierre, also known as “GSP,” is a Canadian professional mixed martial artist and UFC world champion who holds black belts in both Kyokushin karate and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

     

    After seeing Royce Gracie fight in 1993 at UFC 1, Georges knew exactly what he wanted to do with his life. When he wasn’t training or at school, Georges worked as a doorman in nightclubs, or hung off the back of a garbage truck, hauling in refuse. He discovered a simple truth: never stopping helps reach goals.

     

    In 2006 he became the UFC Welterweight Champion. He lost the title in 2007 but subsequently regained it in front of his hometown fans of Montreal in 2008 and hasn’t lost a single title defense since then.

     

    Georges retired from the sport on December 13, 2013, holding the UFC record for most wins in title bouts and then returned to the octagon after a four-year layoff, where he defeated Michael Bisping by submission in the third round to win the UFC Middleweight Championship title, becoming the fourth fighter in the history of the organization to be a multi-division champion.

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  • Richter owns two special places in hockey history. He's the goalie who helped the New York Rangers end their 54-year Stanley Cup drought in 1994 and was MVP when the United States defeated Canada in the final of the World Cup of Hockey in 1996.

    The Rangers selected Richter in the second round (No. 28) of the 1985 NHL Draft.

    Richter played two seasons for the University of Wisconsin and one with the United States Olympic Team, going 2-2-0 in four appearances at the 1988 Calgary Olympics.

    Richter joined the Rangers to stay in 1989-90 and worked his way into a time-share with veteran John Vanbiesbrouck. The two split starts for most of 1991-92, combining to help New York win the Presidents' Trophy as the NHL's top regular-season team, though they lost to the Penguins in the second round of the playoffs.

    After the Rangers missed the playoffs in 1992-93, he opted to stick with Richter and was amply rewarded. Richter had a career year in 1993-94, going 42-16 with six ties, a 2.57 goals-against average, .910 save percentage and five shutouts, helping New York win the Presidents' Trophy again. He was even better in the playoffs, going 16-7 with a 2.07 GAA and four shutouts as the Rangers won the Cup for the first time since 1940.

    Two years later, Richter excelled for the U.S. at the initial World Cup of Hockey. He was named tournament MVP after his spectacular goaltending helped the United States defeat Canada in the best-of-3 final.

    His performance for the United States at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics helped the U.S. win the silver medal.

    Richter became the first goalie in Rangers history to win 300 games on Oct. 28, 2002, but win No. 301 proved to be his last NHL game -- he was kneed in the head against the Edmonton Oilers on Nov. 5, 2002, and never played again.

    He finished 301-258 with 73 ties, a 2.89 GAA, .904 save percentage and 24 shutouts in 666 regular-season games, and was 41-33 with a 2.68 GAA, .909 save percentage and nine shutouts in 76 playoff games.

    The Rangers retired his No. 35 on Feb. 4, 2004, and he was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame four years later. Beginning in 2014, the Mike Richter Award has been presented to the outstanding goalie in NCAA Division I hockey.

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  • Jim Craig is an American former ice hockey goaltender who is best known for being part of the U.S. Olympic Hockey team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Winter Olympics. 

    Craig had a standout Olympic tournament, including stopping 36 of 39 shots on goal by the heavily-favored Soviet Union in the semifinal game, as the U.S. won 4–3, in what is widely considered one of the greatest upsets in sports history. Two days later, the U.S. defeated Finland, 4–2, to win Olympic gold. 

    Craig went on to play professionally in the NHL for the Atlanta Flames, Boston Bruins, and Minnesota North Stars from 1980 to 1983.

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  • He has as glittering a goaltending resume as any man who has ever strapped on pads, and eccentricities to match. Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cup titles and talked to his goalposts. He was named the Conn Smythe winner as playoff MVP three times -- the only player in NHL annals who can say that -- and wrote the names of his kids on his goalie stick.

    He won more than 200 games with two teams, had his famous No. 33 retired by each of them, and for years made it a practice never to skate over a red line or blue line.

    NOTES & TRANSACTIONS

    • NHL All-Rookie Team (1986)
    • NHL Second All-Star Team (1988, 1991)
    • NHL First All-Star Team (1989, 1990, 1992, 2002)
    • Played in NHL All-Star Game (1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003)
    • Officially announced his retirement, May 28, 2003.


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