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The Sunday Six is upon us yet again giving us the best, worst and weirdest plays of the week brought to you by ABC Seamless Siding.
We start the six in Utah as the United States women take on Canada Ehh. And this is my "take off you hoser" portion of the Six as Carmelina Moscato deflects Megan Rapinoe's cross into her own goal. The gaffe the difference in the game as the U.S. wins 2-1. Ehh.
From there we head to Wimbledon for the second longest match in Wimbledon history. Marin Cilic and Sam Querrey play for over five and a half hours with Cilic taking the fifth set 17-15 when Querrey's return goes long for a 7-6 6-4 6-7 6-7 17-15 win.
Moving to the baseball diamond for number four where the Diamondbacks Aaron Hill did something that hadn't been accomplished in almost 80 years. He did with a double in the first, a jam shot single over second in the third for his lucky hit of the game.
Then left the building in the fourth hitting a 2-run homer to make it 8-1 d-backs. Finishing it off with a perfectly placed gap shot to right center allowing just enough time to slide in safe at third completing the cycle for the second time this month and becoming the first to have two in a season since 1934.
For three I take you to the X-games and the hot wheels Double loop.
The 66 foot tall loop conquered by X-games competitor Tanner Foust and Hollywood stunt man Greg Tracey - the two hit 52 miles per hour and pulled seven g's rounding the track.
For number two we go back to America's pastime for one of baseball's best up and coming players Mike Trout showing he is more than just a guy who can hit. Skying way over the wall in Camden yards taking a sure homer away from Brian Roberts. Just look at how high above the wall he is... reminds me of Jim Edmonds.
For number one we come home to the Viaero Event Center for former Loper wrestler T. J. Hepburn's MMA professional debut. Hepburn just pummeling Jeremy Mier near the end of the first round landing blow after blow to the Oklahoman's head. Hepburn takes the match by TKO as Mier taps out with one second left in the round for the Loper's first professional victory.
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