Adam Jones got a Popeye's chicken-themed cake for his 28th birthday on Aug. 1, 2013.
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Rafael Nadal celebrated his 27th birthday with this mammoth cake presented to him at the 2013 French Open.
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Shaquille O'Neal received a cake from the Lakers on the same night that they retired his jersey in April 2013.
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Muhammad Ali celebrated his 25th birthday in 1967 with a 578-pound cake.
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Now this is a birthday cake. Heat star Dwyane Wade celebrated his 30th birthday in Miami with an intimate group of hundreds of his famous friends. Not shown are his lovely gifts, which included a $230,000 custom McLaren car, a diamond-encrusted Hublot watch and a bottle of Dom Perignon. Basically it was a low-key bash.
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Iraqi bodybuilders posed with this cake of Arnold Schwarzenegger for his 57th birthday.
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Mike Tyson has a knack for biting things.
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They're not directly related to sports, but these two Labrador Retrievers were so ridiculously adorable that we had to include them. This furry pair celebrated the American Kennel Club's 125th anniversary.
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Michael Jordan and his father, James, and mother, Deloris, celebrated the NBA great's 26th birthday in Chicago.
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Famed chef Duff Goldman, of Food Network's Ace of Cakes , created the official NFL Super Bowl XLI cake.
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Jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. got a taste of his life-size cake for his 53rd birthday. That's awkward.
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When you're a die-hard Lakers fan like Jack Nicholson, you get a big, golden cake and a pair of cheerleaders for your 70th birthday.
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A 16-year-old Kobe Bryant enjoyed some cake with his high school teammates at Lower Merion High School.
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Serbian tennis player Ana Ivanovic was feted for her 20th birthday after beating Svetlana Kuznetsova in the semifinal of the 2007 Sony Ericsson Championships.
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Some lucky lovebirds won this in a national promotion with NASCAR driver Carl Edwards.
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The late NFL linebacker Sam Mills got a big head for his 38th birthday.
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2003 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Funny Cide chowed down on a granola cake. What? Horses gotta eat too.
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This is how tennis player Justine Henin celebrated her 25th birthday during the 2007 French Open.
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Former Giants great Willie Mays (fifth from right) samples his massive birthday cake.
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Fans marvel over a chocolate replica of FC Barcelona's Stadium, Camp Nou Stadium, at Bosch Pastry Shop in Pineda de Mar, near Barcelona. The edible stadium was made of nearly 700 kilograms of chocolate.
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This was part of the pregame festivities for Super Bowl III, which the New York Jets won, 16-7, over the Baltimore Colts in 1969.
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Former boxing champ Ricky Hatton celebrated his 30th birthday before a press conference for his 2008 IBF light welterweight fight against Paulie Malignaggi in Manchester, England. Hatton won the fight via 11th-round TKO.
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A New England baker made a big tuna for the Big Tuna, then Patriots coach Bill Parcells.
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Former career home run leader Hank Aaron (center) is joined by baseball greats Reggie Jackson, Frank Robinson, Sammy Sosa, Don Baylor, Phil Niekro, Sonny Jackson and Ernie Banks as he blows out the candles on his 65th birthday cake.
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Hall of Fame Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, on the eve of his 80th birthday.
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A yummier version of Jeff Gordon's car.
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Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova check out a huge cake in the shape of Arthur Ashe Stadium, another creation by chef Duff Goldman.
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The Phillie Phanatic got this in 2009.
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Former NHL player Benoit Hogue cuts into a Stanley Cup cake during All-Star weekend in 2007.
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Boston Red Sox legend Johnny Pesky celebrated his 88th birthday in style at Fenway Park.
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Now THIS is a cake. Students at the Culinary Academy of India built an edible 15-foot-by-2-foot cricket bat and 60-inch ball for the national cricket team. Three chefs, assisted by 30 student chefs used 200 kilograms of icing sugar, 300 egg whites, five kilograms of gelatin and 20 kilograms of corn flour and spent 120 hours of work on the cake, just to wish the Indian cricket team luck during the Cricket World Cup 2007.
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Chris Bosh celebrated his 28th birthday with a cake that matched his outfit.
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Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson celebrated his birthday with a replica of his girlfriend's rear. How nice.
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