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Friday, July 25, 2008

Friday Funnies - George Gregan ruins Jeff Wilson's 1994 holiday

Friday Funnies - George Gregan ruins Jeff Wilson's 1994 holiday

The first clash of this years Bledisloe Cup gets under way in Sydney tomorrow night, as old rivals Australia and New Zealand do battle in the first of four meetings that will decide who gets the Trans-Tasman bragging rights for the next year.

So with Tri Nations and Bledisloe Cup being the sole focus of world rugby right now, we've found this hilarious clip that was created by the lunatics at Pulp Sport, and thought now would be as good a time as any to share it.

The video is based on one of the most famous incidents in Bledisloe Cup history, that being the George Gregan tackle on Jeff Wilson from 1994 , also in Sydney, where the game will be played tomorrow night.

If you haven't seen the tackle in question, watch it now quickly , then sit back and enjoy this ridiculously funny skit that pokes fun at how Gregan ruined not only Wilson's try, but the rest of his Sydney holiday too.

Time: 01:31

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