Brian Wilson's beard is back. Only, for how long?
Just as Wilson made his debut in 2013 after signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers and recovering from another Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery, a razor blade company reportedly has offered him $1 million to shave his legendary and ridiculous beard.
800Razors.com has been in negotiations with the 31-year-old baseball pro to have himshave off his beard and they’ve offered him a lucrative 7-figure deal, which would also have Brian become a brand ambassador for the company.
“His management feels we need to match his present salary of $1 million at a minimum,” Co-Founder and President of 800Razors.com Philip Masiello told Radar.
Fittingly, it might take 800 razors to make Wilson's iconic beard completely disappear, so this might work out. So out-of-control is Wilson's dyed-black coral reef of a beard, he's humorously added a ponytail to it.
Were it not for the razor blade company's offer, the main Wilson news of the day would be his first appearance since recovering from a second Tommy John surgery. He hadn't pitched since April 2012 with the San Francisco Giants.
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