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'Jonah Lomu Rugby' commentary dubbed over RWC Final

'Jonah Lomu Rugby' commentary dubbed over RWC Final

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We’re not too sure who did it, but some genius has added the commentary from the ‘Jonah Lomu Rugby’ computer game to last weekend’s Rugby World Cup final.
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Jonah Lomu Rugby was the first rugby union game available and quickly became a standard for any kiwi kid with a Playstation.

In some circles, it’s still regarded as the “best sports game of all time” and the main reason is the commentary duo of rugby legends Bill Beaumont and Bill McLaren.

Some of the broadcasters’ brilliant one-liners (including “they’re just like cattle traps in a shunting yard”) feature in the RWC Final video below.


Even Wallabies fans must have a laugh at this.

 

 

Jonah Lomu Rugby game commentary dubbed over the Rugby World Cup Final
Posted by Rugby Banter Page on Friday, 6 November 2015

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