They were all, at one time or another, the biggest names in their respective sports, and they will all be making an appearance at the same event this spring in Minnesota.

Boxing legend turned marijuana entrepreneur, Mike Tyson, wrestling legend Ric Flair and tarnished legendary baseball player Pete Rose are all scheduled to make an appearance at the Minnesota Card Show coming up April 18th - 21st at the Saint Paul Rivercentre.

The show will also feature appearances by NBA legend Dennis Rodman, baseball icons Dave Winfield and Ricky Henderson, the lineup for the show also includes the casts from two popular sports films, one of which that has its roots in Minnesota, 'The Mighty Ducks' and 'The Sandlot'.

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The Minnesota Card Show will also feature over 450 vendors specializing in sports cards, sports memorabilia, trading cards games like Pokémon and Magic: The Gathering, along with other pop culture and sports collectibles and supplies.

General admission into The Minnesota Card Show is $15 and only available at the doors, there are some VIP tickets available for sale online in advance, plus you can reserve your autograph signing and photo-op tickets for the guest signers online.

If you plan on getting something autographed or getting a photo with one of the guests, be prepared to shell out anywhere from $70 to $500 depending on what you want signed and if you decide to add extras like an inscription to your signed photo or item.

If you're not able to attend the event, you can also preorder a signed item and have it shipped to you, each of the guests have several options for photos or items to be autographed.

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