Etzebet showed a hard-working performance for Toulon in Sunday’s tough victory in the Challenge Cup with a score of 19-18 over the London Irish.

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However, shortly before the break there was an unpleasant quarrel, when several players got involved in a fight outside the ball, and Etzebet defended his teammates from Toulon.

Although there were mostly a lot of push-ups and push-ups between the players, Etzebet could also be seen as former Argentine captain Agustín Blood pulled by the hair.

You can watch a clip featuring Etzebeth and Creevy below:

Meanwhile, teammate Etzebet and good teammate Siya Kolisi recently shared a funny story about the two colliding with each other during training.

Colis and Etzebet are known as two of the closest friends in world rugby who have played rugby since their days at Stormers to Springboks.

The two forwards will also team up at Sharks when Etzebet moves to Durban later this year under a long-term contract with a coastal franchise.

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In a fascinating and extensive podcast, Colis shared a funny anecdote about how hard it is to train against Etzebet and fight it.

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In another story related to Etzebet, he said he and Beckis Bot overcame a controversy that captured headlines in February. Etzebet responded angrily after Bota suggested that the castle of Bok was not trying to succeed in Toulon in France.

“Once I retire, I won’t talk about the Comrades Boxing, so I was caught unawares,” Etzebet told Jim Hamilton in a video interview with RugbyPass published on Sunday.

“As players, we get quite a bit of grief from the fans, and now one of your own also gives you some shit. I was a little angry, surprised and disappointed in the comments.

“We talked after that and everything was sorted out, there are no grievances. Beckies called me and we talked and he said it was a little taken out of context. I also read the article. We decided to do it, and when we see each other again in South Africa, we will drink beer. “

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