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Rugby Player Uses His Opponent as a Human Battering Ram... and It's Not The First Time

Ed Siggery is a Rugby player for the Ealing Rugby Club and apparently a distant relative of Paul Bunyan. During Ealing's match against Plymouth this week, Ealing picked up a player on the opposing team and used him as a human battering ram to break through the other players.

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I thought this was a one-time superhuman display of freak strength and testosterone in rugby, but apparently this isn't the first time this has happened. Last year, George North of the British & Irish Lions used opponent Israel Folau as a battering ram:

Yeesh. Remind me never to play rugby.

[Independent.ie]


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