Ever wonder how some of the biggest names in sports would look if they got into the Movember spirit? Glad you asked. We've got an all-star lineup, and they're modeling three classic mustache cuts:
The Lounge Singer.
So check out LeBron James, Derek Jeter, Nick Saban, Bill Belichick, Kobe Bryant, Russell Wilson and a cast of dozens. (Like Ric Flair. Wooo!)
If Sports Stars Did Movember Mustaches
A mustache is perfect way to distract people from looking at the helmet-induced red spot on his forehead.
Fu Manchu for the king? None so far, but LeBron has made surprising decisions in the past.
Somehow he'd still be a hit with the ladies.
Something tells us Gisele wouldn't go for this.
Despite the career-long comparisons with MJ, Kobe never went for the mustache like his predecessor.
He still looks like a recent college grad.
Tony Romo has taken enough abuse over the years. He doesn't need to do this to himself.
Given his West Point pedigree and regimented ways, Coach K just doesn't seem like someone who would go this route.
The time spent waxing the tips would be better used to work on his short game.
This is kinder than what fans from other SEC schools have done.
Well, he did tattoo his face.
Equally as bad as the cut-off hoodies he won't give up.
In his post-NFL days, maybe this is the safest way to get attention.
Falls in line with Jerry's philosophy of doing whatever he wants, no matter what you think.
As his foothold at the top loosens, Nadal needs every advantage he can get.
The Spurs coach should try a different look each time he does a sideline interview.
Since he hasn't gotten much playing time, a mustache could be another way to work his way back into the headlines.
Few athletes have a head so precisely sculpted as Ronaldo. This doesn't fit.
The man loves entertaining, but this may be too much.
Barkley wore a stache proudly in his younger playing days, but it hasn't been seen in many years.
If Rory wants to separate himself from the rest of his golf peers, this would do it.
Hockey doesn't get much TV viewership these days, but maybe this could help turn around that trend.
If Jim Harbaugh is really on his way out after this season, a stunt like this certainly couldn't hurt.
Watt was a hockey player growing up so he should be familiar with playoff beards.
Hard to improve on the Manning Face.
He has worked in enough places to pick up on regional subtleties.
With two Super Bowl rings, Tom Coughlin has earned a long leash.
If he knew it would give him an edge in recruiting, Calipari might shave his head.
The Panthers owner reportedly isn't a big fan of "alternative" fashions, and this one probably applies.
Nothing's as bad as the recent scandals that have hit Goodell.
Perhaps Brees is hoping to distract from the hairy birthmark on his cheekbone.
How would this play at Augusta?
Berman has played himself in movies including the 2005 remake of The Longest Yard, but maybe one of these looks could have enhanced his appearance.
No matter what the look, chances are good that Wilson can wrangle an endorsement out of it.
He attended Ohio State as an undergraduate and received an honorary doctorate.
Selig was a commissioner willing to take chances with the addition of the wild-card playoff teams, interleague play and awarding home-field advantage in the World Series to the league that won the All-Star Game.
With three lockouts and a full season lost to his credit, Bettman has probably considered changing his look.
Here's an easy way to get them to stop talking about your eyebrows.
Did you know Bradshaw had a role in the movie "The Cannonball Run"?