Former NFL star William “Refrigerator” Perry’s 1985 Chicago Bears Super Bowl championship ring sold at auction last week and blew sale expectations out of the water.
Perry originally sold the ring in 2000 and it has been re-sold several times since. It was expected to go for around $100,000 last week, but came in at a whopping $203,150, according to TMZ. The starting bid reportedly was $16,000.
Poor Fridge probably wishes he still had the ring to sell with all that cash flowing in.
At size 25, his Super Bowl ring is the largest ever made. He caught one career touchdown and recorded 29 1/2 sacks in 11 seasons with the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles.
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