Manu Tuilagi's 150kg nephew channeled his inner Jonah Lomu to score stunning try from the halfway line - Ruck

Manu Tuilagi’s 150kg nephew channeled his inner Jonah Lomu to score stunning try from the halfway line

Posolo Tuilagi, tipping the scales at a colossal 149 kilograms and towering at 194 centimetres, made a jaw-dropping Test debut earlier this year in the second-row. Instantly, he showcased that he’s more than ready for the big leagues.

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As the youngest member of arguably rugby’s most renowned family, Tuilagi is making quite the splash on the international scene. The French international recently flaunted his immense strength by sprinting a staggering 50-odd metres for a sensational solo try.

Fans couldn’t contain their excitement. One wrote, “When he was doing it for the U20’s, it was like, ok he’s bigger than everyone. Now he’s STILLLLLL doing it!!! What a boy!”

Another echoed the sentiment, commenting, “That is bonkers. He is a huge unit.”

Worst rugby stadiums in the world

#5. Stade de France (Paris, France)

  • Capacity: 80,698
  • Opened: 1998
  • Home to: France
  • Cost: €364 million
  • DID YOU KNOW? It will host the opening and closing ceremonies and the athletics events at the 2024 Summer Olympics

Opened in 1998, the Stade de France in Paris is a prominent venue with a capacity of 80,698. Home to the French national rugby team, it cost €364 million to build. Known for its atmosphere during matches, it will also host the opening and closing ceremonies and athletics events for the 2024 Summer Olympics. Despite its grand scale, reviews have pointed out issues with cleanliness and food options, affecting its overall fan satisfaction score.

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#4. Allianz Riviera (Nice, France)

  • Capacity: 35,169
  • Opened: 2013
  • Home to: Toulon (Occasional)
  • Cost: €250 million

The Allianz Riviera, opened in 2013 in Nice, boasts a capacity of 35,169 and serves as an occasional home to Toulon rugby club. Built at a cost of €250 million, this modern stadium is praised for its design but criticized for affordability and the quality of food available. Although it provides a decent atmosphere, these factors have led to lower satisfaction ratings from visitors.

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