Glenn Stewart vs Adam Blair Fight during the Game

WATCH FULL VIDEO :::: goo.gl nyone who plays rugby will tell you that it’s a gentleman’s game. Players will beat the hell out of each other for roughly 80 minutes and then grab a beer and laugh about it afterward. But there’s nothing gentlemanly about this fight between Melbourne and Manly (really, that’s their name) in the National Rugby League. Any sports fight is generally entertaining, but the ferocity of this fight in conjunction with the announcers play-by-play simply makes this brawl top notch. The video begins with a few punches thrown between the teams during a break in the action. But things quickly escalate after the fight is broken up and Glenn Stewart begins jawing with Adam Blair near midfield. The players quickly begin exchanging punches (to the tremendous delight of one fan, who can be heard cackling at the :35 mark of the video), and then, as the announcer says, “Here come the reinforcements!” From there, for lack of the better term, a scrum breaks out. Interestingly, Blair is sent off even though he didn’t throw the first punch in his confrontation with Stewart. Or as it’s expertly described, “What’s [Adam Blair] done? Head butted the fist of an opponent?” Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the fight: Just minutes before it began, members of the Melbourne squad showed great sportsmanship in supporting a Manly player who suffered a neck injury until medical help could arrive. Manly ended up winning the match 18-4, and we’re going to guess that the
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Lansdowne Road , Dublin – March 30, 2003 (ESPN Highlights). England buried the ghosts of past Grand Slam failures to seal their first championship clean sweep since 1995 with an emphatic win over Ireland at Lansdowne Road. The mishaps at Wembley, Murrayfield and Dublin two years ago were consigned to history as Clive Woodward’s side swept to victory in commanding fashion. An early try from Lawrence Dallaglio and second-half scores from Mike Tindall, Will Greenwood (2) and Dan Luger proved more than sufficient to douse the Irish fire. Jonny Wilkinson added 15 points from two drop goals, three conversions and a penalty to secure England’s 12th-ever Grand Slam.
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