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World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Jamie Roberts picks his left behind Lions squad! | The Wrap with Ugo Monye” – below is their description.
Jamie Roberts joins us on The Wrap this week and talks through some of the players that weren’t fortunate enough to make the British and Irish Lions squad, picking his left behind squad. Plus, Jamie George talks reveals which of his teammates would make a great James Bond, and which is most likely to take on Anthony Joshua or Tyson Fury in a heavyweight boxing match!
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In This Story: Anthony Joshua
Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua, OBE is a British professional boxer who is a two-time unified heavyweight champion, having held the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO titles since December 2019 and previously between 2016 and June 2019.
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He fought Deontay Wilder, with whom he drew in December 2018, for the WBC World Title on 22 February 2020, in a fight billed Wilder Fury 2. Fury won by TKO in Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena, after a dominant display.
He is the holder of the Ring Title, the Linear Champion and the WBC World Champion, all at heavyweight.
Fury weighed in at 19st 7lbs, for the Wilder rematch, and stands at 6’9″ tall. He lives in Morecambe, England.
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Ugochukwu Chiedozie Monye is an English sports pundit and former rugby union player, Monye played 14 times for England, 241 times for his only club Harlequins and played twice for the British & Irish Lions on their 2009 tour to South Africa.