Legendary linebacker Lawrence Taylor’s Super Bowl XXV ring was up for sale, and a legend from a different industry ended up with the winning bid.
It’s being reported by Jay Glazer that Charlie Sheen paid $230K for the ring, adding to his sports memorabilia stash. Sheen also owns Babe Ruth’s 1927 World Series ring, and at one time was in possession of the ball that rolled between Bill Buckner’s legs during the 1986 World Series.
No doubt the warlock will be using his latest purchase to funnel drugs into his body somehow.
Charlie Sheen, in all of his glory
Charlie Sheen got roasted on Comedy Central last night, in the same time slot that Ashton Kutcher was operating in his new role on Two and a Half Men.
Mike Tyson was one of the roasters, and held his temper in check as the comedians took shots at him. When the credits were rolling, however, things got violent. Not maliciously, of course, but rather by the idiocy of Jackass star Steve-O.
Steve-O took a running start before jumping into Iron Mike’s stationary, outstretched fist, and came away with a self-proclaimed broken nose, bleeding profusely. I’m sure he’s felt worse. Watch the video after the jump.
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Charlie Sheen’s schedule is pretty spotty right now, so the lefty decided to make his way to Arizona for some baseball action.
I’ve heard the phrase “winning” more than one too many times now, but Sheen looked pretty sharp when he took batting practice at Chase Field prior to the Mets-Diamondbacks game.
Here’s a video of the party icon swinging away to some live commentary. Major League 3 is looking like a nice option for him now. Watch the video after the jump.
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Charlie "Wild Thing" Sheen
Released Two and a Half Men actor Charlie Sheen is an avid baseball fan. Earlier this year he visited the UCLA baseball team to give some advice on what I assume would be winning.
Now news has surfaced that, in preparation for his role of Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn in the movie Major League, Sheen turned to steroids to put some zip in his fastball.
Sheen said that the roids added six miles per hour to his fastball, bringing it up to 85 mph from 79 mph. He was on the stuff for six to eight weeks, but that was the only instance he ever juiced, according to him. If Sheen ever does a wrestling movie those cocaine habits may come in useful again.
Charlie Sheen got fired and Dennis Rodman just got his number retired, so the two have been a part of media outlets for months now.
Sheen is on his “My Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour (No doubt a name he concocted himself) and had a special guest join him in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Rodman took the stage, although I’m not sure what his exact role was. Maybe a life and death conversation with Sheen about near cocaine overdoes.
Charlie Sheen dominated the media all of last week after his epic interview with Good Morning America, and it looks like the chase for the outspoken star’s services is underway.
The former Two and a Half Men actor, who was fired from the show last week, will no doubt have a long line of suitors trying to take advantage of his rekindled fame.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is widely regarded as the most ambitious owner in professional sports. His TV network, HDNet, is in talks with Sheen about a potential talk show or reality show.
According to Cuban, “Right now, we’re taping a lot of different things that he’s doing and we’ll try to figure it out. It’s still not 100 percent certain. We’ll do something together, but it’s not certain it will be a show.”
A Sheen-Cuban relationship sounds very promising, hopefully the pair play their cards right.
Charlie Sheen has been the moneymaker in 2011 for the likes of TMZ and other paparazzi-centered news outlets.
After his alleged involvement with drugs and prostitution, it appears the disgraced Two and a Half Men star is trying to get his reputation back in order.
Rather than quote Einstein or Aristotle, Sheen decided to go a more professional route and quote former NBA player Allen Iverson, aka ‘The Answer.’
Iverson’s “Practice” press conference rant a few years back has become a very memorable, even to those who spend all of their money on hookers and blow. Watch the interview after the jump. View full article »