George Burgess appears in music video with Tyson Fury and other boxing stars

Wigan prop George Burgess linked-up with boxing royalty to appear in a social media music video.
George Burgess dances with his daughter in the videoGeorge Burgess dances with his daughter in the video
George Burgess dances with his daughter in the video

Former world champion Joseph Parker posted a lip-sync rendition of the classic Build Me Up Buttercup.

Two-time heavyweight champ Tyson Fury and ring announcer Michael Buffer also make appearances along with ex-Souths prop Burgess, who joined Wigan this year.

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Parker posted the video on Twitter with the caption: "Remember to stay in contact with your family and friends and build each other up."

Burgess certainly has a creative side, having acted in two films Down Under and even appeared on Australia's Got Talent.

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