Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy took fans on a tour of his man cave in a video by Fanatics.
He might have been in this year’s Super Bowl LIII but he sure did make an appearance in the football news of the weekend.
This man cave itself is as good as it gets. Yes, it includes a vast selection of memorabilia from throughout his playing career — from his U.S. Army All-American Bowl ring from high school to three Big 12 championship rings at Oklahoma to his six Pro Bowl jerseys with the Tampa Bucs to a case full of footballs that document his community service in Tampa Bay.
McCoy’s fascination with superheroes and comic books is well known, and his man cave is just as centered around that as it is his football career. He probably wasn’t the only one excited for the new ‘Avengers End Game’ trailer to premiere during last nights game.
In sharing that part of his collection, McCoy shows off a lifesize Batman statue, a drawing of the Incredible Hulk done by legendary comic book artist and writer George Perez and a pair of Wolverine claws. The room is decorated with numerous superhero figurines, masks and other related items..
McCoy also talked about his meeting with comic book icon Stan Lee, who played a major role in creating popular Marvel characters like Spider-Man, The Hulk, the X-Men, Thor and The Fantastic Four.
This is a man cave men dream of:
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