New video definetively proves who is the fastest rugby player on the planet?
A brilliant new video has answered the question as to who is the fastest rugby player on the planet, examining whether Welsh superstar Louis Rees-Zammit is indeed the fastest player on the planet?
A new video has revealed just how much Welsh superstar winger Louis Rees Zammit his teammate at Gloucester, Jonny May in the Six Nations this weekend.
A video maker called Rugby Beast has made a short video analysing just how much faster the 20-year Old Speedster was over his counterpart.
There has been much talk in the Rugby World about just how fast Jonny may has been for England over the past few years, with many calling him the fastest rugby player on the planet. This exceptional moment from Louis Rees-Zammit seems to prove otherwise
Let’s not forget how impressive the Welshman was before the Six Nations for Gloucester as well.
Step on the gas! 🔥
How do you defend against @LouisReesZammit?!
Electric! ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/ij3awcV4SK
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) September 5, 2020
Before the game, much was made about the contest between LRZ and Jonny May on the wings for both sides.
Gloucester team-mates. International rivals.
Two sensational wingers go head-to-head in Cardiff! ⚡️
How do Louis Rees-Zammit and Jonny May compare when they suit up for Wales and England?
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) February 27, 2021
Both players are known for their exceptional speeds, and Jonny May in particular is marvelled for his work rate end effort off the ball.
This video is a brilliant analysis of Louis Rees-Zammit outpacing Jonny May, showing how he must surely be considered one of, if not the fastest rugby player in the world?
More info about the whizkid.
Having started his early career with the Cardiff Blues, the youngster moved to Hartpury College and from there to the academy of Gloucester.