barriehomeboy saidI'm a medical Imaging Technologist. We do X-Rays and CT scans of rugby players after they get injured. The doctors have to pull out old textbooks from the 1960's to find the name of the facial injuries the rugby players have sustained. The examples in the textbook were people injured when cars had no seatbelts and dashboards had no padding. I'm a busy guy and I don't have time to make stuff up. You have no idea how many beautiful young men I have seen get completely fucked up playing rugby.
Thanks barriehomeboy. I have heard about those sorts of injuries from rugby. I'm debating on whether I will be able to start in the fall season or just wait til the spring. I only say that because I haven't been able to work out since early May, because of surgeries.
If I do end up playing, whichever season(fall or spring), I planned on taking all safety precautions to protect myself and my body.