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‘Terrific’ for NRL’s Ben Hunt: ‘You can feel it’

Posted October 08, 2018 13:23:11Ben Hunt, the star of the NRL grand final, has a new fan following following on social media.

The NRL’s first grand final is being streamed live to more than 1.5 million people on the app’s platform, and Hunt has been an outspoken critic of the current game.

Hunt’s followers on Twitter and Instagram have responded to his criticisms of the sport’s structure and the players.

His tweets have drawn more than 5,500 likes and more than 3,500 retweets.

One of his most popular posts is this:”The best part of being a fan is being able to feel the emotion and the excitement of it.”

You can get that feeling on the field.

It’s a fantastic feeling to have.

“The players are the ones who are doing the hard work for you and the fans are there to be a part of that.”

He has also been a key figure in the rise of social media and the growth of professional sports, with more than 2.5 billion followers.

Hunt is also known for his controversial tweets, but his fans have been responding to his tweets with enthusiasm.

“It’s just amazing,” Hunt told ABC TV’s 7.30 in a recent interview.

“I think it’s amazing how much support there is for the sport.

I think a lot of people will be just thrilled to get a chance to see it live.”

Hunt has also used his platform to share his feelings on the NRL’s governance, as well as the current state of the game.

The current NRL chief executive, David Gallop, has faced criticism for not addressing the culture of racism in the game, and his actions are seen by many as having contributed to the game’s poor performance in the 2018 Grand Final.

“That’s one of the reasons I was so keen to get involved with this,” Hunt said.

“As a fan, you can feel the passion and the passion of the players, the fans and the media.”

Hunt also revealed he had recently had a conversation with his dad about the current culture in the sport and the current problems in the NRL.

“He said he’s got a new friend in the form of a former AFL player, a very passionate supporter of the AFL,” Hunt recalled.

“So, he said, ‘I can see the problems.

I can see how the players are doing and how the culture is working.

I just want to know what you guys think of that.'”

And I said, [to] him, ‘You know, I can understand it, but we need to change it.

I’m not a football fan.

I don’t like it.

But I just think we need change.’

“So we did it.

We changed the culture.”