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In his prime, Neil Ruddock was one of England's most threatening stoppers.
In 1993, Liverpool paid Tottenham £2.5 million for one of the toughest defenders in the Premier League, who played five seasons for Liverpool and even made one appearance for the England national team. After retirement, the one nicknamed "Razor" remained in the spotlight: he became a reality star, and at the same time, wasted All his football savings. In 2011 he had to declare bankruptcy, and then the medical problems started.
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Ruddock claimed that he drank 20 beers a day, ate unhealthy and reached his "peak" of 171 kg, during the corona virus. "I sat on my ass and just got fatter and fatter," he said. "I became lazy.
I ordered ice cream from the grocery store.
All day I ordered food and alcohol, it was an addiction.
I feared for my life.
I escaped death." In 2020 he was implanted with a pacemaker, in 2021 he underwent surgery to shorten his stomach and now, according to him, "I can still eat what I want, but only four bites.
I'm filling up fast."
The bonus of the weight loss is that now, without the huge belly, Ruddock can finally see his penis. "I can finally see the tip of it!" he told the Daily Star. "It's tripled in size.
It improved my sex life.
I still get drunk now, but only white wine."
Neil Ruddock in a typical move
Now, it's not hard to see why Ruddock is considered one of the most colorful figures in English football in the last 30 years.
During 2020, his autobiography, The World According to Razor - My Closest Shaves, was published, and in it he told, among other things, about an evening of drunkenness about Nelson Mandela, beatings with Robbie Fowler, how he contributed to the breakup of Take d'Eth, and more.