When a wife gives her husband an ultimatum before she’s even his wife, there is only one correct response:
Which brings us to the tragic pre-tale of PGA golfer Rickie Fowler’s mullet.
Not even that impressive yet.
Rickie Fowler’s Mullet Haircut Is Real MVP of PGA Championship
Rickie Fowler has a long way to go to catch Brooks Koepka at the PGA Championship, but his mullet haircut has already won the week. Fowler is proudly rocking the mullet at Bethpage, but it is more than just a weird fashion statement. Fowler and fellow golfer Jason Dufner have implemented “Mullet May” and its all for a great cause, per Golf Channel’s Cara Banks.
“@RickieFowler confirms on @GolfCentral the long flow has been for “Mullet May” a new idea he & @JasonDufner decided to adopt to raise awareness for their respective foundations – Fowler’s will now focus more on leukaemia due to his close friendship with Jarrod Lyle,” Banks tweeted.
Lyle is a former PGA golfer who tragically passed away on August 8, 2018. He had been fighting leukemia for nearly 20 years as PGATour.com detailed:
“For more than half of his life, Lyle dealt with and fought the disease that begins in the bone marrow cells and spreads through blood. The battle, which lasted nearly 20 years, into adulthood and for a good part of his professional golf career, ended with his death Wednesday at 8:20 p.m. local time at his home in Melbourne, surrounded by his wife and daughters.
“Lyle was 36, and while doctors said he was cancer-free, his body had been ravaged by years of medication and just last week he chose to end treatments and leave the hospital.”
Lyle. Age 36 and fighting leukemia for twenty years, that’s harsh.
During the PGA Championship, Fowler reflected on his relationship with Lyle.
“It’s been fun to be thinking about him while we’re out there playing because he would probably be the one to kind of kick you in the butt if you started feeling sad or bad,” Fowler told Golf.com. “He would kind of give you a hard time and tell to you man up or something along those lines. It’s been enjoyable celebrating his life, and we’ll continue to do that.”
Alas, his intended was not amused:
Rickie Fowler’s Future Wife, Allison Stokke, Wants Mullet Cut for Wedding
Soon-to-be-ux-&-ex Allison on the left, with serious mullet-envy. I did some research on Fowler’s mullet (can’t believe I just wrote that) and she must know that Fowler has a history of looking Like That. Per https://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/02/rickie-fowler-haircut
Fowler in 2012. He looks good.
2013 was apparently his first mullet attempt. He needs that facial hair back.
2014 and he’s lost his mojo. Fowler is one of those few men who look MORE masculine with a mullet. And being a golfer helps shed the stigma. “I’m not trailer trash, I’m PGA.”
His fiance doesn’t want him getting his mojo mullet back?
Rickie Fowler is sporting a mullet for a good cause, but his longtime girlfriend, Allison Stokke, wants the golfer to cut his hair before their wedding. Fowler and Stokke are planning an October wedding and the golfer plans to have a new haircut when his future wife walks down the aisle, per The Telegraph.
*SHIT TEST ALERT*
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“I’m going to miss it when it’s gone, but it can’t say forever,” Fowler told The Telegraph. “I don’t see it as a possible hairdo for the wedding in October. We’ll have it off by then.”
As for the mullet, it is a nod to Fowler’s late friend Jarrod Lyle as the golfer aims to raise awareness for leukemia. What started as “Mullet May” has now gone well into the summer.
Fowler is mourning his friend and doing some promotion for leukemia research, and getting his style back in the process, and Allison wants none of that the moment she’s in the picture. A very bad indicator of marital happiness.
The couple got engaged in June of 2018 and are now planning an October wedding. Fowler announced the news on “National Best Friend Day” back on June 8, 2018.
“Today is National Best Friend Day so I wanted to lock mine down…I WON!!” Fowler posted on Instagram.
It’s like a train wreck you see coming but can’t stop.
Earlier this year, Fowler gave Stokke a shoutout on her 30th birthday.
“Welcome to 30 @allisonstokke! I love you and I couldn’t be happier to be the one occupying the seat across from you…I’m glad we get to do life together! Happy birthday!! I win!!” Fowler noted on Instagram.
[Allison] Stokke is a former college pole vaulter and frequently posts fitness videos.
Attention whore confirmed, baby rabies possible. How insecure does a female need to be, to be intimidated by a six-inch mullet?