All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu will feature in a television advert for the World Cup.
Lomu stars alongside greats of the game who've all been named as Heineken's World Cup ambassadors.
He joins South Africa's 2007 World Cup winning captain John Smit, England World Cup winner Matt Dawson, former Lions Scott Quinnell and Shane Horgan, and former Australian captain Rocky Elsom.
"Rugby World Cup is the pinnacle for any player and this tournament will be one of the biggest ever," said Lomu.
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"To partner with Heineken and join such an esteemed group of rugby legends is an honour."
He played for the All Blacks in two World Cups in 1995 and 1999 and his record of 15 tries is still the best in World Cup history.
Lomu shot to stardom with his performances at the 1995 tournament in South Africa, where he scored four tries in the semi-final win against England.