Don Alejo Garza Tamez - Mexican rancher who single-handedly fought the entire gang with his stash of automatic weapons.
Gordon and Shughart - Delta Force snipers who fought a heroic last stand in Mogadishu.
The 21 Sikhs - 21 Sikhs fight a last stand against 10,000 rampaging tribesmen.
Ned Kelly - Australian bushranger fought a last stand in a homemade suit of plate armor.
Saito Musashibo Benkei - Feudal Japanese warrior so tough that not even being dead could bring him down.
John Basilone - Marine Corps legend and hero of Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima.
Torii Mototada - Commander of the Japanese Alamo.
Tlahuicole - Tough Aztec-fighting warrior who chose duty and honor over his own survival.
Mitchell Paige - One Marine on Guadalcanal takes on 2,500 Japanese and wins.
Henry T. Elrod - WWII Marine Aviator takes on 22 planes by himself over Wake Island, then leads infantry in a desperate last stand.
Jean de Valette - Medieval commander who led 100 Knights Hospitaller in a brave defense against 200,000 Turkish warriors.
Marvin Heemeyer - After getting dicked up and down by City Hall, Marvin took matters into his own hands and welded together a killdozer (you heard me) to stick it to the man.
Viking at Stamford Bridge - One of the most badass nameless berserkers to ever wield an axe.
Adnan bin Saidi - Staved the Japanese military off for two days with not much more than bayonets, brute force, and balls.
Xie Jinyuan - No nonsense officer during the Battle of Shanghai who didn't take shit from anyone. Especially the Japanese.
William Travis - Fought alongside other badasses like Davy Crockett and James Bowie in the Battle of the Alamo. They were all disappointed to find out that there is no basement in the Alamo.
Roland - One of the few people who make the French look awesome.
Jean Danjou - Commander of the French Foreign Legion so badass the nation of France leads an annual parade with his fake hand.
Zvika Greengold - Fought for Israel in the Yom Kippur War, and helped stave off the Syrians with seemingly no regard for personal safety, and with a giant set of balls.
Crazy Horse - Fought bravely in the Battle of Little Big Horn for the land rights of his people.
The 300 Spartans - The famous last stand of King Leonidas and his 300 badasses.
Sekonaia Takavesi - Fijian SAS hero single-handedly held off 200 communists with an anti-tank cannon.
Kennyo Kosa - No-nonsense warrior-monk who led a sect of militant Buddhists against the toughest warlord in Japanese history.
Frederick Hobson - Canadian Sergeant takes on an entire company of German soldiers with a shovel and a bayonet.
The Valentine's Day Massacre - The most romantic thing to ever happen to 1920s-era Gangland Chicago.
Roy Benavidez - One of the toughest war heroes in American history.
Battle off Samar - With the American invasion of the Philippines hanging in the balance, seven daring destroyer captains desperately hurl themselves against the biggest Japanese battleship fleet ever put to sea.
Harald Wartooth - The Viking King Arthur.
Lyle Bouck - 18 American recon troops hold off the entire 1st SS Panzer Corps in the opening hours of the Battle of the Bulge.
The Swiss Pikemen - The most dangerous infantry unit of the Middle Ages.
Themistocles - Athenian commander who took on the full might of the Persian Navy in the final defense of his homeland.
The Battle of Gettysburg - The epic turning point of a war to determine the fate of America forever.
Thomas Ward Custer - George Armstrong Custer's younger brother was the first man in American history to receive two Medals of Honor. He earned them both in the same week.
Avigdor Kahalani - One of the greatest armored warfare heroes in history, he held of an entire enemy tank brigade with just 30 tanks.
Ben L. Salomon - U.S. Army dentist turn surgeon who head-butted an enemy soldier for threatening one of his patients.
Oda Nobunaga - The Demon King of Feudal Japan.
Jacob Pavlov - One man. One building. One million Nazis.
Nikola Zrinski - The "Slavic Leonidas", the national hero of Croatia led 3000 men in a desperate last stand against the seemingly-endless forces of Suleiman the Magnificent.
Douglas Munro - The only U.S. Coast Guardsman to ever receive the Medal of Honor.