I'm going to assume so, this being "The Rugby Forum" and all... But if it's not, do tell what is. For me personally it's tied with hurling (a GAA sport). I'm not mad on Gaelic football but my God do I love hurling. To be honest I don't really watch the club games year round (don't really know anyone who does either), I only watch it when the championship starts up in the summer. Hurling matches, generally from the quarters onwards and nearly always in the final, are some of the most intense, fast paced, nail-biting dramatic events ever. ESPECIALLY when your county is involved! I'm pretty sure I've come close to having several heart attacks. It's different to rugby, where the tension and drama is a slow build up, whereas with hurling it's a forever changing high intensity game. It's not uncommon for sides to draw 12 times in a match. I love the insane skill involved, I love how there is hardly any rules, I love the athleticism (IMO hurling athletes are the best all-around athletes) and I love the fact that it's amateur, and that Croke Park can easily fill up to 85,000 when the finals are on. And I love/hate Kilkenny (they are literally the All Blacks of hurling) It's such a contrast to rugby, so completely different, hence why I find it hard to choose one over the other. I don't mind soccer but I never watch it. It bores me most of the time but if a really big match is on I'll watch it. I hate the fact that it's more popular than rugby in Ireland. Cricket bores me to tears. I really like MMA too but I never get the chance to watch it. ?