6'5 Tall, 265 pounds, 100m in 10.8s = BEAST!! (rugby player) (video)

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 6 years ago '06        #61
Johnny Tapwater 3 heat pts
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So was this guy the greatest rugby player ever or something?...Cause that sh|t was dope?..

Does it get better than THAT?..
 6 years ago '08        #62
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 Zaosyn said:
Rugby is probably the only sport I respect outside of MMA, pro wrestling maybe hockey . I never really understood why Americanized Football couldn't be more like Rugby. Rugby is the most vicious and brutal sport. American Football dudes wearing pads and sh*t like pus*ys
n*gga sittin here living vicariously through real n*ggas talking about nfl players are pus*y


the nerve of some you fu*king nerds
 6 years ago '08        #63
GhostNinja 47 heat pts47
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 Johnny Tapwater said:
So was this guy the greatest rugby player ever or something?...Cause that sh|t was dope?..

Does it get better than THAT?..
you sound disappointed, but yeah that bbc article was talking about him like he's the goat rugby player
 6 years ago '04        #64
killacag 81 heat pts81
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here is another freak of the rugby world, Sebastian Chabal. He is more of a stand out defender to get another perspective on the game.



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 02-14-2012, 05:42 PM         #65
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Been playing rugby for over a decade, and played football at a college level (1 year and got hurt and said eff it), and now occsaionaly play club with people I know.

That being said, I've had to explain the different between rugby and football many times.

Rugby is a contact sport. There is a flow to the game as you follow the laterals and most of the contact is done with the grain. It's grueling, takes more endurance than football, and is fun no matter what the position, but the game takes patience.

Football is a collison sport. With Blitzing, jump balls and exposed backs and ribs to defenseless players and crack backs, much of the contact in football is against the grain. It takes less endurance, but plays are made in a flash and the common injuries are more severe. More knee's blown and such.

Jonah was a monster. He was the Bo Jackson of Rugby. Brian Hibana (sp?) from South Africa is pretty nice too. Dude ran olympic time sprints in the low 10's IIRC.

Also check out Sebastian Chabal. Dude's a freak. He's like d!ck Butkus of Rugby.
 6 years ago '05        #66
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 killacag said:
here is another freak of the rugby world, Sebastian Chabal. He is more of a stand out defender to get another perspective on the game.


Yo! I was watching this video with my face stuck like

This dude was BRINGING IT. Damn.
 6 years ago '08        #67
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Dude is a beast .
 6 years ago '09        #68
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 Johnny Tapwater said:
So was this guy the greatest rugby player ever or something?...Cause that sh|t was dope?..

Does it get better than THAT?..
There has never been anyone to score trys the way he did thats for sure, he is tackled by 6-8 people in some of those moves and still gets across the line.


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 6 years ago '05        #69
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 GhostNinja said:
hold up... 10.8 in the 100m thats fu*kin olympic sprinter speed






smell like bullsh*t until i see evidence
Not even close to Olympic speed, that is HS 3rd in state type speed. In the US, you have no shot at going to the Olympics unless ur running sub 10 seconds these days.
 6 years ago '05        #70
Soprano ATL 43 heat pts43
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 GhostNinja said:
Oh... so what's this guys time on the 40
4.5/4.6 probably.
 6 years ago '04        #71
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 6 years ago '08        #72
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this sh*t crazy because last summer I was this nikkas size! 6'5 265 and still able to do various dunks at age 35. my old a.ss to old to play rugby now tho lol. a nikka sprain an ankle it takes 2 months to heal:lachen001:
 6 years ago '05        #73
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 6 years ago '04        #74
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Rugby League >>> Rugby Union


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 6 years ago '05        #75
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 RICKS said:
Rugby League >>> Rugby Union

2 things I noticed from watching this video.

1) That hit @ 1:19 was VICIOUS. They knocked that dude stiff.
2) Rugby players don't like to throw fakes while running. They just try to run OVER you.
 6 years ago '09        #76
ShadyVsEminem 244 heat pts244 OP
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 RICKS said:
Rugby League >>> Rugby Union
Never got into rugby league, the rugby union teams here are really good though Muster and Leinster are 2 of the best in Europe. Rugby league is popular in England not here.

Im not a huge rugby fan, dont go out of my way to watch it unless its a big match it is a really good sport though


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 6 years ago '05        #77
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 ShadyVsEminem said:
Never got into rugby league, the rugby union teams here are really good though Muster and Leinster are 2 of the best in Europe. Rugby league is popular in England not here.

Im not a huge rugby fan, dont go out of my way to watch it unless its a big match it is a really good sport though
What's the difference, man?

(serious question, lol.)
 6 years ago '04        #78
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 +Ca[N]o[N]iKaL+ said:
What's the difference, man?

(serious question, lol.)
Here's a good explanation that I found...

The main difference between Rugby League and Rugby Union lies in what happens in the tackle situation. In Union when a player is tackled (Their progress is physically halted by the opposition) the ball is recycled by a ruck (if the ball is on the ground) or by a maul (if the ball is held up off the ground). One recycling of the ball is called a phase and there is no limit to the number of phases as long as a team keeps possesssion of the ball. In League when a player with the ball is tackled the referee will halt play and it is restarted when the tackled player stands, places the ball on the ground and rakes it back with his foot to the player (dummy-half) behind them. The opposition must retreat 10 metres from the play-of the-ball except for two markers who line up in front of the player of the ball. The team in possession can recycle the ball 5 times in this manner but if they are tackled with the ball a 6th time then the ball is handed over to the opposition.

In rugby union the shoulder charge is illegal, players must use their arms in a tackle, whereas in rugby league a shoulder charge is a legitmate form of tackle. In rugby league a tackle stops play but in rugby union play continues with a ruck or maul where players from either side lock together and push against those of the other side for territorial advantage or for better position over the ball. This requires players to be bound together (holding on to each other), this is why they must use their arms in the tackle.

Number-wise: a Rugby Union team consists of 15 players and a Rugby League team has 13 players (eliminating the two flankers from the side of the scrum).
Rugby Union points: a try is worth 5 points, a conversion is 2 points, a penalty goal is 3 points and a drop-goal is 3 points.
Rugby League points: a try is worth 4 points, a conversion is 2 points, a penalty goal is 2 points and a drop-goal is 1 point.
rugby union differences from league (rules)
Union: unlimited tackles, League: 6 before turn over
Union: pass the ball along the ground to dummy half, League: get up and roll under foot.
Union: when ball is kicked out there is throw ins. League: either team can receive another set of 6 depending on what's happened.
Union: 5 point try, 7 if converted, 2 point field goal, 3 point penalty goal. (Field goal is 3 points)
League: 4 point try, 6 if converted, 1 point field goal, 2 point penalty goal.
Roughly 2 more people on field at once in union than league. Numbers for positions are different.
Rugby Union is more tactical than Rugby League and there is more room for error.
there are many more differences than people think and to many to list.

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 6 years ago '10        #79
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get him a helmet and some pads
 6 years ago '05        #80
Soprano ATL 43 heat pts43
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Could be a great DE, similar athleticism to Mario Williams. Smaller, but a bit faster.
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