5 things to look for today

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Payoff time:

The $390,000 winner's purse is at stake today in the final round of the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship at Baltimore Country Club (4 p.m., ch. 11). First tee is 8:30 a.m.


'I shook up the world':

It's Cassius Clay's last fight, sort of. He meets champ Sonny Liston in 1964 (1 p.m., ESPN Classic). The next day, Clay said he was changing his name to Muhammad Ali.


Raising awareness:

Figure skaters, gymnasts and musical performers look to raise awareness of women's cancers in the two-hour "Frosted Pink With a Twist" (4 p.m., Ch. 2), hosted by Mary Lou Retton.


Pass the chalk:

Running the table is nothing to these sharks. Check out all the pool shots you wish you could make in the World Cup of Trick Shots (2:30 p.m., ESPN2).


Glory days:

Things could get ugly when rivals Sting and Samoa Joe meet at TNA Wrestling's Bound For Glory (8 p.m., pay per view). Hopefully, The Police won't need to be called to maintain order.

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