Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Fuzzy Thurston to sell Super Bowl Ring

Fuzzy Thurston's tax battles stem from his post-Packers days, when he and business partners opened a chain of restaurants under the Left Guard name, after the position Thurston played for the Packers. In the mid-1970s, the chain had restaurants in Green Bay and several other cities in Wisconsin as well as one in Miami, Fla., all of which were sold or closed by the early 1980s. With interest, Thurston's debt stands at a little more than $1.7 million, according to court documents. As of right now he is going to sell his Super Bowl to try to recoup some of his debt. His ring is estimated to sell for over $20k. 

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