They both entertain and often take centre stage ... one in Rugby Union and the other Hollywood.
The one celebrates his tries. The other celebrates after his wins on the track.
One is a little man between two big guys and the other a big guy between even bigger guys!
One likes eating other peoples donuts, the other likes eating through other team's scrums!
One rose to fame in Hollywood, the other is to rise to fame on the Currie Cup stage.
Both are animated characters, the one a little less fictional than the other...
Both are outrageously popular, very entertaining and have their own cult following.
The one was a towering Test rugby lock. The other is a towering WWE presence...
The only way is Ashley-Cooper for the Wallabies. The Only Way is Essex for Mark Wright.
The one is a young-looking actor. The other is a young-looking Springbok.
The one makes people keel over with laughter, the other just makes them keel over!
The one makes a racket on TV and the other swings his racket!
The one is a real-life destroyer, the other a fictional character in war games.
The one is a well-known rugby pundit. The other is a well-known wrestler.
One is a fictional character from The Lord of the Rings and the other is married to a princess!
The one is making a meal of his game and the other is cooking up a storm on the silver screen.
A classic rugby pose almost gone wrong for Bresler. An iconic movie scene by Swayze.
They both go by the first name of James and both entertain people.
One is a former American football star, the other a former SA rugby player.
One is a New Zealand super star, the other a South African that stars on the Super Rugby stage.
The one is a fleet-footed Bok wing and the other an infamous son of Suriname's president.
The one is an evil villain, the other a gentle soul!
The one is an alternative hooker and the an alternative rocker.
The one is a hero in the Shark Tank, the other is typecast as an antihero.
The one is the captain of famous rugby teams. The other is an American computer-animated family hero!
The one leads a group of players, the other leads a Modern Family.
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