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Bizarre moment as Kok delivers WWE move

WATCH as Sharks wing Werner Kok executed one of the most bizarre cleanouts during his team’s Champions Cup match against Bordeaux-Begles.


The Springbok-laden Sharks put in a gutsy performance for their 19-16 win at Stade Chaban-Delmas.

While the result is certainly much-needed for the Sharks, the opening minutes were stolen by a moment of madness when Kok was handed a yellow card after four minutes.

Known for his energetic and physical performance, the 29-year-old spent 10 minutes in the bin for a dangerous ruck ‘suplex cleanout’ on Jean-Baptiste Dubié –  a move which can be compared to one from World Wrestling Entertainment.

He grabbed the centre around his waist before flipping him onto his back.

Fortunately for Kok, it was just a yellow card, with referee Christophe Ridley explaining that Dubie landing on his back meant it couldn’t be a red card.




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