Everyone has facial hair, but some lucky souls are blessed with extra-powerful facial follicles that can carpet ones chin and cheeks with a coarse-haired forest of masculinity. To find out who amongst our stable of excellent hosts at SiriusXM Sports have the raw power capable of growing the most baller of beards we’ve teamed up with Cremo to host the “SiriusXM Sports Best Beard Contest.” How does it work? It’s simple, we’re asking you, the plugged-in, social-loving listener of SiriusXM to choose who is growing the best beard for the next four weeks between your favorite hosts and also Mike Babchik. Before you vote, let’s take a look at our hosts:
Dave LaGreca, Busted Open on Rush
The long-time host of Rush’s “Busted Open,” SiriusXM’s premiere home for all the professional wrestling news and opinions. LaGreca hopes to put the competition into a submission hold with his beard-growing prowess.
Chris Childers, College Sports Nation
A staple of College Sports Nation, Childers offers a broad knowledge of college sports, from football to hoops to baseball, he’s got it covered. Childers is gonna need more than an encyclopedic knowledge of college sports however to win this contest. Can he grow a beard? Will you vote for his beard? Time will tell.
Steve Covino, Covino and Rich, Rush
The pride of Montclair State, Steve Covino has been a fixture, along with his co-host Rich, on SiriusXM for years. The Yankees fan is really going to have dig deep if he hopes to win the beard contest. Does he have the follicular fortitude to claim the best beard?
Rich Davis, Covino and Rich, Rush
Self-admitted New York Mets fan, Davis is going toe-to-toe with his co-host Steve Covino in the beard contest. Who will win the hearts of the throngs of Covino and Rich fans?
Mike Babchik, Morning Men on Mad Dog Sports Radio
And now it’s up to you, America. Vote for the best beard in this, the first week of the SiriusXM Sports Best Beard Contest:
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