The Biggest Hits in World Rugby This Week: George Pisi's London Irish Vendetta

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The Northern Hemisphere assumes the spotlight for April's penultimate Biggest Hits of the Week edition, and it was Franklin's Gardens where the most shattering tremors occurred.

That was thanks to the efforts of one George Pisi, who would appear to have developed some disliking toward London Irish's Shane Geraghty.

At least that's what recent evidence would suggest, as the Saints star delivered not one, but two shattering hits on the Exiles' playmaker, the first occasion in Biggest Hits history where the same player ranks in the top two of our countdown.

Elsewhere, Steffon Armitage flies a strong flag for the Top 14 this week thanks to his monstrous fending example against Perpignan, while the heated, all-Welsh affair between Cardiff Blues and Llanelli Scarlets left more than a couple of marks.

For all those slams, scrapes and more, watch the video attached as we take you through the biggest hits in world rugby this week.

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