‘A Rolls-Royce’ – Mike Tindall ranks his five toughest opponents - Page 5 of 5 - Ruck

‘A Rolls-Royce’ – Mike Tindall ranks his five toughest opponents

#1. Jonah Lomu (New Zealand)

The physical impact Lomu had on the 1995 World Cup was beyond the effect of any other player in the history of the game. He scored seven tries in 1995, including four in an unforgettable one-man demolition job of England in the semi.

Tindall said: “He changed the game completely. You could put him in any generation and he would still dominate. You could put him in today’s game and he would be even better [than he was] because of the advances in nutrition and the training methods, which would benefit him further. Him and Julian Savea would be a tough wing combination to handle!”

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