Jamie Wall regards himself as New Zealand sport’s last honest man. He can be found employed as a copywriter when not yelling or throwing things at a TV.
Frustration at his own shortcomings as a rugby player and multiple concussions have left Jamie with an innate ability to find fault with rules, players, matches and sporting bodies alike.
Content by Jamie
True blue sell-out
Long-time Hurricanes supporter Jamie Wall agreed to promote a team he once loathed "with a pathological hatred".
Playing rugby league in Paremoremo prison
Jamie Wall's story of playing rugby league against prisoners - and his surprise at their fair play.