World Cup glory all but guaranteed for France after Antoine Dupont cloning
Some measure greatness by the number of trophies won, some by the number of caps won, some by the number of tries scored, but we all know the true measure of greatness is whether you have your own wax sculpture, and France’s Antoine Dupont has finally reached that level of greatness.
The Toulouse and France No9 recently attended the unveiling of his own wax sculpture at the Musee Grevin in Paris, which should come as a relief to any of him rivals that thought the 2021 World Rugby player of the year had been cloned.
The Toulouse star took advantage of his side’s Heineken Champions Cup semi-final exit to Leinster to visit the museum while there was no game this week. He was also joined at the museum, literally and in wax form, by former France and Toulouse fly-half Frederic Michalak. Of all the French legends to choose from, Michalak was a curious choice to join Dupont, although they would have made a legendary half-back combination.
Take a look:
🏉 Frédéric Michalak et Antoine Dupont font leur entrée au Musée Grévin. pic.twitter.com/nY0uwGVjJ7
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