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Football’s most challenged player is trying to restart his AFL career after being sacked by Brisbane – and now he looks VERY different


Former Brisbane Lions player Rhys Mathieson is trying to get back into the top flight after being sidelined at the end of last season – and it looks like he’s been busy in the gym.

The 27-year-old midfielder known as ‘Beast Mode’ failed to break into the Lions senior team in 2023, leading to his removal from the roster.

However, the Lions cult hero is one of more than 50 former AFL players nominated for the mid-season draft.

It’s clear from her social media posts that Mathieson spends a lot of time in the gym adding bulk to her already strong frame.

Former Brisbane Lions player Rhys Mathieson has undergone an absurd body transformation since being dropped from the AFL last year.

Mathieson is looking to break back into the top flight with the AFL mid-season draft

Mathieson is looking to break back into the top flight with the AFL mid-season draft

One recent Instagram post, which has garnered more than 5,000 likes, shows him playing with a kick and looking like a completely different player to the one who took the field in 2023.

Mathieson’s good friend and former teammate Mitch Robinson commented on his incredible body changes.

«I’m absolutely killing it, man!» replied to one post. «Yeah animal,» he wrote on another.

Footy fans have also responded positively to Beast Mode’s wild transformation.

«How come this guy isn’t in the AFL,» commented one Instagram user.

«Bro took the delisting personally,» joked another.

«Nobody messes with you,» said a third.

Earlier this year it was announced that Mathieson had joined QAFL side Wilston Grang Gorillas for the 2024 season.

The ex-Lions player has been busy in the gym since the end of last season

The ex-Lions player has been busy in the gym since the end of last season

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«In arguably the biggest signing in our clubs rich history, all Gorillas supporters will be thrilled to see Rhys tear the QAFL competition apart,» the club wrote on social media.

Math’s signing was one of the most discussed topics of the offseason across the country.

“Being based north of Brisbane and wanting to stay local, the QAFL competition started to become a suitable destination. After meeting the Gorillas, Matho is impressed with the program provided, excited about the trajectory of the playing group and feels that the Gorillas are a perfect fit.»



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