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Sheep Named After Rugby Star Predicts World Cup Win

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Sonny Wool the sheep has taken the mantle of the late Paul the Octopus, which shot to fame in last year's soccer World Cup. Choosing from two bowls of foods, each with a flag of opposing teams in this year's Rugby World Cup, Sonny accurately predicted every game through the championship match, where New Zealand beat France. Of course, Sonny Wool is named after a star of New Zealand's All Blacks: Sonny Bill Williams.
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