Alarming new Manu Tuilagi 'Taking Names' video outlines just how destructive his career has been
By Rugby Onslaught

Alarming new Manu Tuilagi ‘Taking Names’ video outlines just how destructive his career has been

A terrifying new Manu Tuilagi  ‘Taking Names’ video has been released. In the video, it shows how many victims the England star has racked up through rugby.

Rugby content creator ‘Rugby Beast’ has made a video called Manu Tuilagi – Taking Names, which outlines how physically dominant the Tongan-born player has been.

The video shows all the players that he has physically dominated throughout his career and it makes for quite a scary video when you realise just how physically dominant he has been.

After watching the video, we counted 50 players that the England star has taken out.

Tuilagi Taking Names is a truly terrifying video.

Look at how many people he has taken out!

Tuilagi hasn’t played at a World Cup since 2011. He missed RWC 2015 after being convicted of assaulting two female police officers and a taxi driver in May, 2015. He was fined £6,205 and then England coach Stuart Lancaster said he would not be considered for selection until January, 2016. Watched England’s matches at home.

Tulagi has had quite a sensational return to rugby in the last few months which culminated in a brilliant World Cup showing.

He was unlucky in the final but he backed that up with strong showings in the Six Nations this year.

Since then, Tuilagi has struggled to deal with injuries, but since the end of 2018 he has seemed to find his fitness again. He has been incredible for England over the past year. Having been plagued with hamstring and knee injuries between 2014 and 2017, visited a Samoan witch doctor in November, 2017. The witch doctor claimed Tuilagi’s problems were due to three spirits and massaged him for two hours per day, for four successive days to second-row the spirits.

Tuilagi was named Manusamoa, after the name of the Samoan national team, the Manu Samoa. This was because his older brother Freddie had been selected in the Samoa squad for RWC 1991, the year he was born.