BR5: Countdown of Sports' Most Powerful Couples No. 10-6

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The sports world is always buzzing with rumors surrounding supermodels and sports stars. When they come together, things really start buzzing. So who are the best pairings in the sports world?

At No. 10 is Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and reality television star Kristin Cavallari. Together they’re worth millions and Cutler is one of the 32 best at his job in the world. Since the Obamas relocated to Washington, D.C., these two are the king and queen of Chicago.

The No. 9 spot is reserved for Hollywood starlet Ashley Judd and race car driver Dario Franchitti. Judd has celebrity running through her veins as she recently played Marilyn Monroe, and her sister and mother are both stars as well. Franchitti pulls his weight in the relationship as he’s won the Indy 500 three times and is worth millions on his own.

No. 8 belongs to Maria Sharapova and Sasha Vujacic. To be fair, this is a lopsided pair. Maria is one of the hottest tennis players in the world and is worth around $100 million. Who wouldn’t want to team up with her? Vujacic on the other hand is a professional basketball player—in Turkey. He must have a great personality, right?

At No. 7 are America’s sweethearts. We all love them and can’t get enough of them: Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom! Okay, nobody loves them, and we had way too much of them long ago. But they certainly deserve props for being the most successful Kardashian relationship to date.

At No. 6 is the power couple of Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy. Wozniacki dominates on grass, clay and the hard court across the board. McIlroy does his domination exclusively on grass. Either way, these two aren’t going anywhere for a while in their respective sports.

Stay tuned for No. 5-1! 

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