"Not appropriate" - Stuart Hogg’s future at TNT Sports in doubt following latest incident - Ruck

“Not appropriate” – Stuart Hogg’s future at TNT Sports in doubt following latest incident

TNT Sports has opted not to provide a response to inquiries from The Sun regarding the status of rugby star Stuart Hogg after recent events, it has emerged.

The 31-year-old, who made waves with his decision to retire from rugby prior to the Rugby World Cup, secured a role as a rugby pundit with the network ahead of the 2023/24 season.

A spokesperson for the television company remarked, “It would not be appropriate for us to offer comment at this juncture.”

Reports circulated widely regarding the arrest of the former Scotland rugby captain at the residence of his estranged wife, allegedly for incidents of threatening or abusive behaviour.

A representative from Police Scotland stated that a detailed report outlining any alleged offenses will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.

Additionally, Hogg is a co-owner of the FF West End restaurant and cocktail bar in Glasgow alongside fellow ex-Scotland rugby international Alastair Kellock.

“Re-imagination” – England handed easy pool for 2027 Rugby World Cup

The new format will feature six pools of four teams, with a round of 16 added prior to the quarter-finals.

This will enable the tournament window to be reduced from seven to six weeks, while promoting a rhythm that builds momentum across the pool phase and respects the same minimum number of rest days between matches as at France 2023.

If the 2027 Rugby World Cup Draw was made tomorrow, this is what the Pools may look like (based on rankings)

2027 Rugby World Cup draw (Current rankings)


  • South Africa
  • Japan
  • Georgia
  • Hong Kong
Siya Kolisi, Captain of South Africa celebrates after the Rugby World Cup Final match between New Zealand and South Africa at Stade De France, Paris on 29 October 2023 (Photo: Micah Crook/PPAUK)


  • Ireland
  • Fiji
  • Samoa
  • Chile
James Lowe of Ireland during the Autumn Nations Cup match between England and Ireland at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London on November 21 2020. – PHOTO: Phil Mingo/PPAUK