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Mariano Rivera (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Mariano Rivera (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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By: Ryan Wooley

As another week comes to a close it’s time to bring you my Weekly Winners for the first week in May. As always, feel free to add who you think deserves to be on the list by leaving a comment below or send me a message and add me on Twitter @WooleyMammoth85.

Kate Upton

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Kate Upton. (Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

It’s no secret that Upton is one of, if not the hottest female going in the world of entertainment today, and that statement was only bolstered more by her recent video of her dancing in a red bikini to the song “Cat Daddy”. The video was so hot that YouTube actually took it down saying it violated their nudity policy, even though there was no nudity. Thank you Kate for providing us with a glimpse of summer and feel free to dance to anything else in your bikini.[/caption]

Junior Seau

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Former President George W. Bush presents an award to receipient Miami Dolphins linebacker Junior Seau. ( Alex Wong/Getty Images)

I know some people may argue with me that Seau doesn’t belong on the list after committing suicide, and I can understand that view to a point. However, the way he went about it by not damaging his brain is to be commended. Now with his families blessing his brain can be studied and hopefully we can learn more about the damage that concussions cause, as well as what happens to a brain after playing in the NFL.

Mariano Rivera

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Mariano Rivera. (Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

After sustaining a season long injury by catching fly balls during batting practice, Rivera could have easily said that enough is enough and he is retiring—as there were rumors this was a send off season for him anyway. Rivera however said that he does not want to be remembered this way and will not go out with an injury, and has made the commitment to return to the Yankees for at least one more season.

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