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As of 2016, what is the richest soccer team in the world?Real Madrid
82.5%
What position did Terry Crews play when he was a football player?Defensive End
57.5%
What former NBA player holds the record for most technical fouls committed in a season?Rasheed Wallace
52.5%
Who is the shortest player to ever play in a baseball game?Eddie Gaedel
13.8%
What was the last team that Desagana Diop played for?Cleveland Cavaliers
11.3%
In what country did the soccer game with the most own goals ever take place?Madagascar
2.5%
What soccer team team holds the record for the 'joint most relegated team in Premier League,' tied with Newcastle United?Norwich City
0%
What golfer in 1938 set a record for most shots in a 4-par hole?Ray Ainsley
0%
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Who is the heaviest rugby player to ever play internationally?Bill Cavubuti
0%
Who is the only Samoan-born baseball player to ever play in the MLB?Tony Solaita
0%
What former NBA player holds the record for most consecutive games ejected?Don Boven
0%
Who is the tallest MMA fighter in the world today?Choi Hong-Man
0%
What rugby player has the highest percent strike rate (kicking) in the world?Greig Laidlaw
0%
As of 2016, who is the best Uzbek 100m and 200m freestyle swimmer?Khurshidjon Tursunov
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Who is the best female table tennis player in the world?Wang Nan
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