[My wife Kara] was probably the one who pushed me originally. We were planning on going away to be honest and Kara said I should go [on the show] ‘cause I was in good shape. I’m happy she forced me to have a crack at it.
Yeah she loves it, all her friends love it. She’s probably too little to actually figure out what’s actually going on.
Yeah I don’t know about that, I don’t know if Kara would say that either [laughs]. Kara and I always make sure we are the best versions of ourselves mentally and physically you know, so we are very supportive of each other. I’m so fortunate I can be an active dad.
You do a medical to see if your body is physically fit for it. There’s a bit of fatigue testing to see how your joints and body will go the course.
I was in ok shape, but looking back I wish I trained more.
Yeah I saw that. Obviously you get the script to read and it’s all part of the theatre. So I don’t consider myself an NRL legend but I’m happy for everyone to think I was who hasn’t ever seen me play before [laughs].