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Meat pies, interviews and singing; The Honey Badger's top five moments

Rugby HQ have paid tribute to the Australian wing as he departs for Japan.


AS NICK ‘THE Honey Badger’ Cummins gets set to leave the Western Force for the Coca Cola West Red Sparks in Japan, Rugby HQ have paid tribute to the 26-year-old by compiling his top five moments.

Tongue-in-cheek singing, his best interviews and a sliced kick are all in there, showcasing some of the reasons Cummins has become one of the most-loved characters in the rugby world.

The 15-times capped Wallaby is set to give up on the chance of playing in the 2015 World Cup in order to more comfortably take care of his family; father Mark and seven siblings.

Two of Cummins’ brothers and sisters have cystic fibrosis, and it is believed the health of one of his siblings has declined in recent times. Furthermore, Mark Cummins was diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer last year.

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