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  1. Strange sport. Seen it first time. Probably last.
    Watching from 1 to 2.24millons….PPHHhhhhhh…… People watch playing LoL or Starcraft 2 are more) LöL

  2. Can England match up to NZ, Aussie & RSA by claiming 2 Rugby World Cups?
    Maybe a new champion will emerge from teams Wales or Ireland?
    Will France Defunk any team no matter how in form they are?
    Can underdogs Argentina step up and go as far as the Final? 
    Can NZ finally win a RWC away from home, be there first to go back to back and the only team to hold 3 Rugby world Cups?

    My match to watch at the RWC, if it comes to pass, will be Argentina vs Ireland in the Quarters. The RWC over achievers vs RWC underachievers in a head to head, underdogs slog, battling to make history for their nations. 

    What game are you hoping for or looking forward to the most?

  3. Can't wait, it's always good despite the shouting and gesticulating and dodgy refs!  I can't understand why France have never won this competition, might be their year.

  4. I recently started enjoying rugby. I really hope they broadcast some games here in the US. I know some bars will probably have games on satellite but I hope games are on cable tv too.

  5. i just want Samoa to go to the quarter-finals and do well in this world cup,but if dont underestimate the other teams and win there matches then, ill be happy.

  6. Amazing fact: since SA first cup win on homesoil in '95, the winners of each tournament after, were previously knockout in the tournament before in the quarterfinals…..(AUS '95 out Q.F '99 winners) (ENG '99 out Q.F '03 winners) (SA '03 out Q.F '07 winners) (NZ '07 out Q.F '11 winners) so going of these previous results and patten my favorites for 2015 RWC is England and South Africa.

  7. Amazing fact: since SA first cup win on homesoil in '95, the winners of each tournament after, were previously knockout in the tournament before in the quarterfinals…..(AUS '95 out Q.F '99 winners) (ENG '99 out Q.F '03 winners) (SA '03 out Q.F '07 winners) (NZ '07 out Q.F '11 winners) so going of these previous results and patten my favorites for 2015 RWC is England and South Africa.

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