Is that a sheep or a Honey Badger? Shearer gives his ram an incredible mullet

A sheep who looks remarkably similar to The Bachelor’s Honey Badger is quickly becoming famous online.

Meet ‘Boofy’, a ram from New Zealand‘s King Country, named in tribute to All Blacks stars Brodie Retallick and Liam Squire.

Aussie footy fans have pointed out the distinct similarity the sheep has to their very own Nick ‘the Honey Badger’ Cummins. 

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Meet 'Liam Retallick', the ovine from New Zealand's King Country, has become famous online

Meet 'Liam Retallick', the ovine from New Zealand's King Country, has become famous online

Meet ‘Liam Retallick’, the ovine from New Zealand’s King Country, has become famous online

Former Wallabies star Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins signed on for this year's Bachelor in the hopes of finding his future wife

Former Wallabies star Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins signed on for this year's Bachelor in the hopes of finding his future wife

Former Wallabies star Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins signed on for this year’s Bachelor in the hopes of finding his future wife

Cummins, 30, is famous for his long curly locks that frame his face in a mullet-type fashion.   

The former Wallabies star, who signed on for this year’s Bachelor in the hopes of finding his future wife, has had the ladies throwing themselves at him.

People on social media have decided, like the Bachelor, the mullet is all that is needed to get the girls.  

‘That thing will be the talk of the paddocks, he will be pulling ewes left right and centre,’ one person said.

‘What a beauty,’ another commented.

The pet sheep, owned by the famous farming Fagan family, was given a mullet as a tribute to Retallick and Squire.

All Blacks star Retallick shared the picture on Instagram, saying it showed a great level of commitment to the mullet movement.

Aussie fans have pointed out the distinct similarity the sheep has to their very own Nick 'the Honey Badger' Cummins

Aussie fans have pointed out the distinct similarity the sheep has to their very own Nick 'the Honey Badger' Cummins

Aussie fans have pointed out the distinct similarity the sheep has to their very own Nick ‘the Honey Badger’ Cummins

 

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