Kane Evans, Wrist Band, New Zealand Warriors v Penrith Panthers, what does that say
Pillar of warriors Kane Evans could end up in hot water with the NRL after choosing to write obscenities on his bracelet.
Evans was not in the Warriors’ loss to the Panthers and was their 18th designated man.
But as the Warriors lost Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (concussion), Tohu Harris (ACL), Rocco Berry (hamstring) and Wayde Egan (shoulder), Fox League cameras turned to Evans on the sidelines.
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As they did, there was a clear view of the Warriors accessory wrist strap.
On the side of the strapping there was a message that said, “Fold some c ** t”.
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Previously, the NRL severely criticized players who had controversial messages on their wristbands.
Andrew Fifita was fined $ 20,000 in 2016 after sporting a message for convicted punch killer Kieran Loveridge.
Evans’ current teammate Matt Lodge was given a two-game suspension in 2014 for writing the word “c ** t” on his bracelet during an Under-20 Origin game.
Lodge was also suspended for two more games for fighting in that same game.
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