#1. Jerry Collins (New Zealand)
In a Q@A session on his Instagram page, the former Wallabies skipper simply posted a photo of Collins – who died in a car accident in France in 2015 along with his partner Alana Madill – in reply to the question “toughest opponent
Collins played 48 test matches for New Zealand between 2001 and 2007, and Super Rugby for the Hurricanes for a further year before heading to France.
DID YOU KNOW? He is considered to be one of hardest tacklers in rugby history, along with Brian Lima