This unique print was taken from a massive 9′ x 12′ painting that hangs inside the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. The painting was created by World renowned artist Rob Schamberger. His work has been covered by Sports Illustrated, USA Today, E! News, and AskMen.com. Forbes declared him as one of the best deals in the art world and he was named the official artist of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum.
The print features eight icons in the sport of wrestling, including 1996 Olympic champion Kurt Angle, three-time NCAA champion Dan Hodge, 6x NWA champion Lou Thesz, 1972 Olympic gold medalist Dan Gable, 2004 Olympic gold medalist Cael Sanderson, 6x World and Olympic champion John Smith, 4x World and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs, and 3x World champion Adeline Gray.
Prints measure 18″ x 24″. This special print is a unique part of wrestling history.
Top row left to right: Kurt Angle, Danny Hodge, Lou Thesz, Dan Gable
Bottom Row left to right: Cael Sanderson, John Smith, Jordan Burroughs, Adeline Gray