Power Rankings: Famous Oscars

The Oscar Awards
Simply put, a golden statue of any name would be No. 1.
Oscar De La Hoya
Oscar De La Hoya is a retired professional boxer with a career record of 39-6. Known as the Golden Boy, he has won 10 world titles in six different weight classes.
Oscar Mayer
Oscar Mayer has been in existence since 1883 in Chicago. They are best known for their Oscar Mayer wiener commercials and their "Wienermobile."
Oscar the Grouch
He started orange, then turned green. He rose to fame in a garbage can, and how many Oscars can change color?
Oscar Robertson
Oscar Robertson is a retired professional basketball player. Known as the Big O, Oscar has career averages of 25.7 ppg, 9.5 apg and 7.5 rpg.
Oscar Wilde
The fact that an Irish writer, poet and playwright who died in 1900 managed to find his way onto a sports website is testimony to his staying power.
Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior
They only use one name because Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior wouldn't fit on the back of a jersey. Plus, he's really good!
Oscar Pistorius
He’s either a very fast amputee with a tragically quick trigger finger who allows his friends to store boxes of their steroids in his home, or he’s a very fast amputee on steroids who murdered his girlfriend.
Baby Oscar
No one knows what ever became of Dana Barrett’s baby from “Ghostbusters 2.” Who was his father? Did he grow up to become a ghostbuster? Was he traumatized and have to seek therapy, helping him cope with being named after a hotdog?
Oscar Madison
He’s a sportswriter, so it would be interesting to see where he would put himself on this list. His roommate, however, believes that Oscar would have ranked higher if he were less slovenly.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Tyler Pisani and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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