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Revenant bear's cameo and bizarre teenage tantrum, it's your comments of the week

Here are your best bits from the last seven days.

Snowboarder Kelly Murphy was cruising down the slopes in Japan and singing along to Rihanna’s song ‘Work’ when an angry bear came into shot behind her. Fresh from seeing the brutal scene in blockbuster The Revenant, Showbiz Babyy saw an uncanny resemblance.

That’s the same bear from The Revenant

Seth Curry, NBA superstar Steph’s younger brother, has been in stunning form for the Sacramento Kings of late. And his impeccable timing will more than likely have played him into a massive deal for next season. It brought back memories of a certain Togolese footballer for Setanta Landers.

Playing well right before contract negotiations. He’s the adebayor of the NBA

A jolly Alex Ferguson made the news earlier this week when caught on camera telling US Masters champion Danny Willett that he had wagered £8,000 on Jordan Speith. On the back of his growing literary series, neeneee couldn’t help but feel it would give the Scot an incentive, not that he likely needs one, to add to his list of autobiographies.

Knowing Fergie he’ll write a book about it

Rascal McGee hit the nail on the head with a lot of readers when he voiced his frustration over the multiple television stations showing Champions Cup rugby.

That situation is really ridiculous. I think the quality of rugby is really high, I like the actual competition, but the coverage completely ruins it. The amount of time I’ve spent stressing over whether or not I can watch a match at home and trying to find out what pubs might be showing one is such a mess. It isn’t worth it.

Former Irish player Gavin Gunning walked off the pitch with the ball in his hand during a Scottish Premiership game for Dundee United last weekend. The defender has since had his contract terminated although his boss denied the incidents were related. It brought back memories of sour kick-abouts for Conor Cummins.

 It was his ball and he was going home

Leinster boss Leo Cullen recalled Rob Kearney to his starting XV this weekend and Brian Les couldn’t help but stir the pot after some heated debate over the fullback position during the Six Nations.

Can’t believe Kearney is starting ahead of Zebo………

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