Tevita Pangai Junior has produced a highlight-reel finish after knocking Jeremiah Tupai-Ui out cold. Check out his zan lomax and boxing here.

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Tēvita Pangai Jr. anglicised David Pangai Jr., is a Tonga international rugby league footballer who plays as a prop, second-row and lock for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the NRL.

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Personal information
Full name Tēvita Pangai
Born 4 February 1996 (age 26)
Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia  
Height 190 cm (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 108 kg (17 st 0 lb)

He played his junior rugby league for the South Newcastle Lions in the Newcastle Rugby League, before being signed by the Newcastle Knights.

Pangai is the younger brother of former North Queensland Cowboys player Mosese Pangai.

After playing in the lower grades at the Newcastle Knights, Pangai Junior joined the Canberra Raiders in 2013 and played for their NYC team from 2013 to 2015.

Tevita Pangai Junior Boxing 

Tevita Pangai Junior has produced a highlight-reel finish after knocking Jeremiah Tupai-Ui out cold, while appearing in the co-main event for the Sonny Bill Williams and Mark Hunt fight card. 

With just seconds remaining on the clock in round two, Pangai produced a quality left hook straight to the temple of his opponent, shutting out his lights.

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“I’ve got that Tongan power, baby,” Pangai said in his post-fight interview.

In what was an entertaining scrap between the two rivals, the fight began with plenty of hostility as Pangai pounded down on Tupai-Ui’s gloves before the bell. 

The Canterbury forward began with a stiff left jab, before being countered with a frenzy of shots to the body. 

The second round began in much the same manner as the first, with Pangai attempting to exploit his considerable reach advantage by relying on his left jab. 

Tupai-Ui occasionally managed to cut the distance and got inside until some vicious hooks to the body landed his charge forward. 

Then – out of nowhere – Pangai sparked him with a perfectly timed left hook to the temple while in close. 

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The NRL team lists for Round 21 are in as the Penrith Panthers welcome former Broncos forward Tevita Pangai Junior, who has signed on with the club for the remainder of the season.

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Pangai Junior has penned a three-year deal with the Bulldogs from 2022 but will finish the season at Penrith, where he will bolster the club’s forward pack in its pursuit of a premiership.

Zac Lomax is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a centre for the St George Illawarra Dragons in the National Rugby League (NRL).

Lomax made his NRL debut for St. George Illawarra in round 10 of the 2018 NRL season against South Sydney. Lomax played in both finals games for St. George Illawarra in the 2018 NRL season.

Zac kicked three goals in week one of the finals series as St. George Illawarra defeated Brisbane 48–18 in an upset victory at Suncorp Stadium. The following week, Lomax kicked four goals as St. George Illawarra were defeated by Souths 13–12 at ANZ Stadium in the elimination final.

Lomax was named in the Prime Ministers XIII, New South Wales U18 for 2018, and also appeared in Brad Fittler’s Emerging Blues camp, Zac also scored 5 goals in the PM XIII 34–18 win over PNG.

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On 15 August 2018 Lomax re-signed with St. George Illawarra until the end of the 2020 NRL season.


Tonga star Tevita Pangai Jnr has come off social media after discovering he spent up to 12 hours a day on his phone last year.

The Brisbane Broncos powerhouse was spending excessive time on social media in 2018 and admitted he thought he was showing ‘a fake image’ of himself to the world.

He only uses his device for contacting family and friends now and believes he makes the most of life.

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In an interview with NRL.com, Pangai said: “I am off all social media and off the internet.

“I took Safari off my phone as well and it has made my life a lot better and think that last year I was putting forth a fake image on social media but not only that it was robbing me of valuable time.

“I had my screen time come up every Sunday and I was averaging 10 to 12 hours every day on my phone purely on social media or on the phone.

“ And i have gone old school and now it has dropped to two hours, and they are doing things that are worthy.”

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