Jim McMahon is as well known for his on-the-field performance as he is for his off-field antics, including mooning sports writers and entering his first public event with the Bears holding a beer. He is best known at times for being the controversial Chicago Bear who clashed with his coach, Mike Ditka, and NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle. McMahon earned two Super Bowl rings in 15 pro seasons with seven teams, the first win with the Bears in Super Bowl XX where he was the starting quarterback, and the second with the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXI. He was also the star of the Bears’ rap video, “The Super Bowl Shuffle,” in which he proclaimed “I’m the punky QB known as McMahon.”
NFL six-time Pro Bowler Terrell Owens is a man on a mission. His extraordinary skills on the gridiron raised the bar for wide receivers in the league. Owens is credited with being one of the most electrifying players to ever play the game, with 1,078 receptions, 15,935 yards, and 153 touchdowns. Owens has garnered countless awards and accolades including six Pro Bowl appearances, named Associated Press All-Pro five times and recorded five seasons with 13 or more touchdowns. Owens created a significant amount of controversy during his professional career, and also attracted attention for his flamboyant touchdown celebrations and rifts with teammates.
*Appearance begins Feb 8.
A two-time World Series champion, Jose Canseco is best known by millions of fans around the world as the “Godfather of Steroids.” He spent 17 years in the Major Leagues “bashing” baseballs into the upper decks of stadiums and accomplished such impressive accolades as Rookie of the Year, American League MVP, six All Star Game appearances, 462 career homeruns. He is the inaugural member of the exclusive 40/40 club. As a controversial best-selling author, reality star, mixed martial arts enthusiast, competitive senior softball player, avid bowler, identical twin and golf ball smasher, you never know what the self-proclaimed “King of Twitter” will say or do next.
Jimmy King is most well-known for his time spent on the famed University of Michigan Wolverines Fab Five, considered by many to be “the greatest class ever recruited”, as it was the first time all five starters were freshmen. King, along with Ray Jackson, Juwan Howard, Chris Webber and Jalen Rose, reached the 1992 and 1993 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship games as freshmen and sophomores. However, most of their wins and both of their Final Four appearances were vacated due to some of the players accepting money and gifts, compromising their amateur status.
“Jim McMahon, often a showman, is taking his act to Las Vegas. The Bears’ bad boy emeritus will co-star in a live Vegas show called ‘Renegades’ with fellow sports rebels Terrell Owens and Jose Canseco.”
“… A rotating cast of sports greats … will share memories of their playing days and field questions from the crowd in a freewheeling format that leaves room for surprises.”
“Chicago Bears Super Bowl-winning quarterback Jim McMahon is no stranger to the limelight and now he's taking his act to Vegas.”
“What a fantastic show! The Renegades of sport really tell all. It’s a must see for any sports fan, young or old.”
— James Daily, Chicago Tribune
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VIP Seating with a commemorative laminate and poster.
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Listen to your favorite sports stars recount stories from their infamous careers from the comfort of our lounge style seating in this intimate theatre space.