Power Rankings: Famous Bears





1)
Winnie the Pooh
According to a 2013 “Variety” article, Winnie the Pooh is the third best selling franchise in the world, behind Disney's own Disney Princesses and Star Wars. Famous characters include Christopher Robin, Eeyore, and Tigger.
2)
Yogi Bear
Come on! It’s Yogi Bear! Who doesn’t remember Yogi, the picnic baskets and his buddy Boo Boo? Classic awesome greatness!
3)
Fozzie Bear
Fozzie was the cool bear from the Muppets that tried to be a good friend to Kermit. He never could shield him from Miss Piggy, though.
4)
Paddington Bear
Has anyone done more for the marmalade industry than Paddington? Created by Bond . . . Michael Bond . . . in 1958, Paddington made his big screen debut in 2014. With his hat, duffle coat and galoshes, Paddington is also one of the few bears who doesn’t go around dressed inappropriately.
5)
The Care Bears
The Care Bears I remember from my childhood, but they are making a little bit of a comeback here lately. My daughter started watching a few episodes; we will see how this turns out.
6)
The Berenstain Bears
Created by Jan and Stan Berenstain in the 1960s. Rose to stardom with the help of Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss.
7)
Staley Da Bear
Named after the original founder of the Bears, A.E. Staley. He is a five-time Pro Bowl mascot. On his bio there's a picture of him and Danica Patrick. Luckiest mascot ever!
8)
Grizz
The 2011 NBA Mascot of the Year. In his 18th season, Grizz, mascot of the NBA Memphis Grizzlies, has been a fan favorite for his shirt-shooting, opponent heckling and trampoline dunks.
9)
TC the Bear
TC is a great mascot for the Twins organization. Twins fans haven’t much to cheer about lately, but at least they have TC.
10)
Billy Bob
There is nothing like hearing a one-toothed bear dressed in overalls, singing with his sidekick, Looney Bird, at a country gas station to create a craving for pizza. ShowBiz Pizza’s Rock-afire Explosion gave its patrons both exceptional music and fantastic nightmares.

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

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