All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu has died unexpectedly at the age of 40. Along with being a human wrecking ball who could make opposing rugby professionals look like damp cardboard cut-outs, Lomu was an all around stand up guy off the pitch. He retired in 2002 due to a rare kidney disease.
Exact details of his death are not yet clear.
His legacy includes a glorious string of highlights. One universal favourite is his try against England in the 1995 World Cup. I believe Rugby Union had only just become a professional sport in England, so the team was largely made of of drunk toffs, uppity ex-public school boys, bankers, and seasoned soggy biscuit veterans. Needless to say, Lomu consumately wrecked them.
And here he is generally murdering people in general.
Anyways go sports, and RIP Jonah Lomu.
Also, Jonah Lomu Rugby on the PS1 was sick.
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