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Rampaging Roy Slaven and HG Nelson cast a collective eye over the world of sport.
V'Landys and crew have talked about introducing a Respect Round. Roy and HG have floated the idea of a NO Respect Round. Rugby League has been built on hatred, busted body parts and punches in the head. With rivalries like the Roosters vs the Rabbitohs, the Dragons vs the Sharks and famously in the 80's Parra vs the Bulldogs, why celebrate Respect? NO state, NO mate, just HATE!
Roy's been hard at work giving HIA's on mice. The results are varied. Meanwhile, dog collisions at the greyhounds are a BIG problem. On the first bend, the dish lickers come over the fence, mistakenly confusing the lurer for a punter's head. Roy remembers one time, eight dogs chewing on a person's head! Now they have a perspex safe fence which attracts smearage.
American tennis star Taylor Fritz was fined $10,000 for vomiting in a bucket side of court. This raised lots of discussion and possible courtside redesigns. Such as, turning the Um's chair into a port-a-loo. On a different note, Manly are looking to heal some club wounds, Roy suggested, "A pig on the spit would do the trick", in memory of the great Bozo Fulton, Manly's chief pig shooter.
Roy and HG are back for season 2023! People, isn't every round a respect round? You go to the Rugby League, gob off to the team you hate, their supporters gob off to you and we all respect that. Well, you gotta respect sometimes, the people you respect, you don't respect. That's respect.
Ray “Rabs” Warren has long been the voice of Rugby League. After hanging up the binoculars, he’s turn to jewellery designing, designing the $10,000 NRL Premiership ring. This legend has no boundaries! What next? Host of Eye of the Storm? Find out next season…
At half past the 11th hour on AFL Grand Final eve, Roy & HG examine the tax free status of all sporting codes, especially AFL and NRL. Is this because sport in this country is like a religion? Or V’Landy’s and the Murderer squeezing the last ounce of juice out of sports that are dying in the bush. Royal Commission me thinks.
Roy remembers the day Her Majesty met Rooting King. Roy sensed a presence; it was the Queen. The King knelt to allow the Queen to mount him, and the grace, pride and poise on the Queen’s face, will never be forgotten.
Australian cricketer, Cameron Green suffers from cramping issues. Roy associated cramping with a lack of salt and offered some advice. Stomp and Grass use to insist on having a salt lick in the dressing rooms with the Shamrocks. Certainly, at halftime the whole team would get on their knees and have a lick.