Underwater rugby kicks off in Mexico City
CGTN Originals • 3m 47s
With the World Cup 2019 well underway in Japan, 20 countries from around the world are competing for the sport’s highest honor.
But in Mexico, a country more interested in football, there’s a growing sport that most traditional rugger fans have never heard of: underwater rugby.
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