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Many have speculated as to what the Haymake means. Is it Chuck Norris or Paul Bunyon knocking out a bear? Or might it represent the Cold War since the bear has Russian on it and the guy in the design looks American? Maybe it's an image of your dad or boyfriend on it? A lot of dudes look like the guy on the shirt...

Over the last three years, this design has broken down all boundaries of race, gender and religion. Its become a favorite tee for nerdy book readers and its been given badass tee status by bros and MMA t-shirt lovers alike. Its also ended many a battle over who thinks they can knock out a bear.

We even went as far as shipping the haymaker tee to Steven Colbert. He was nice enough to write us back a letter (or at least it looked like it was from him). It said: Dear Sharp Shirter, thank you for sending me this bear punch t-shirt. Fortunately, Im no longer running for public office and I am free to accept gifts. We thought that was a pretty sweet moment for the Sharp Shirter camp.

Printed on 18" x 24" cover stock paper. Rolled for shipment.

** POSTER ONLY (Does not include frame)

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Bear, Grizzly bear, Man Punchin Bear, Print, Russian, Man Punching Bear, 18 x 24", Matte Print

$19.99 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Ohio, United States
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