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You wouldn't believe how much food a professional rugby player eats in one sitting
By Rugby Onslaught

You wouldn’t believe how much food a professional rugby player eats in one sitting

To play rugby – you need to give yourself the right fuel. When you’re 6ft 5in and weighing in at almost 20 stone, you might need a bit more of that fuel food!

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A new video has surfaced today showing just how much a professional rugby player eats when out for a meal.

You’ll have to see this to believe it!

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The new footage taken from Nemani Nadolo’s family Youtube channel gives an insight into the lifestyle of an international standard rugby player.

Nadolo recently made the move from France to England in a big money transfer to Leicester Tigers.

This new video shows him and his family out for a meal in their local pub near to their new Leicestershire home and it’s clear to see that the chefs had their work cut out to feed the Fijian powerhouse.

watch the new video below

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