One is a leading young actor and the other leads a school of Sharks.
The one is an alternative hooker and the an alternative rocker.
The one leads a group of players, the other leads a Modern Family.
The one is a WP &Stormers WP hardman, the other the world's strongest man.
This one we call Thormeulen, courtesy of a regular reader - Just Saying
The one was a towering Test rugby lock. The other is a towering WWE presence...
The one is a good rugby player and the other acts a lot.
One is a real-life hero, the other is a fictional villain.
One is a former American football star, the other a former SA rugby player.
The one is a fleet-footed Bok wing and the other an infamous son of Suriname's president.
Is there an imposter here or did somebody swap sides?
The one is making a meal of his game and the other is cooking up a storm on the silver screen.
One is a New Zealand super star, the other a South African that stars on the Super Rugby stage.
One is a daredevil and allround Jackass, the other entertains on the rugby field.
The one's a modern-day prop. The other is part of a Modern Family.
The one is an American actor that made it big on the silver screen, while the other is a superstar that entertains us on the rugby fields.
They both go by the first name of James and both entertain people.
The one was a Bulls superhero. The other is the actual daughter of a superhero.
One leads a herd of Springboks and the other the Springbok Nude Girls!
The one scared a few Englishmen on his Bok debut. The other ruffled feathers in Hollywood.
One is a celebrated actor and the other has won all his accolades on rugby field.
The one is a Kilted Kiwi and the other a Belgian martial artist.
Neither are aesthetically the most pleasing sights, but both are very 'lovable' characthers.
One is the President of a desperate rugby union, the other an actor from the movie Desperado.
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