LIST: 5 rugby legends who are in the shape of their life

Raging Bull was founded in 2003 by former England rugby captain, Phil Vickery, following their World Cup triumph.

The former tighthead-prop, who has got into the shape of his life since retiring from rugby in 2010, has now released his own Activewear collection.

Their new 18-piece range, which dropped earlier this year, comprises high-performance and compression designs as well as relaxed athletic-leisurewear.

It will sit alongside the brand’s signature rugby tops, graphic tees, and smart-casual shirts.

You will agree from the image below that Vickery has slimmed right down and could now be mistaken for a back.

However he’s not the only rugby legend who is now arguably in better shape than ever as this list shows…

1. Phil Vickery

The World Cup-winning prop has transformed his body since hanging up his boots. Vickery, who won the 2011 series of Celebrity Masterchef, has recently opened his new Cheltenham restaurant, No.3, after the Coronavirus pandemic delayed first orders. He’s literally half the man he used to be.

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