Hello Giorgi boy! Smooth as silk but hard as nails
At only 23, Giorgi is one of the youngest players on the international rugby stage. Born in the capital of Georgia, Tbilsli, Giorgi began his international career in 2014 when he took part in Georgia's European Under-20 Championship winning campaign.
Giorgi on the pitch, doing what he does best
His victory with the team qualified Georgia for the 2015 World Under-20 Trophy, in which Kveseladze took part and Georgia won the competition. Kveseladze was particularly noticeable in the final, where he scored two tries.
Giorgi in action, handling the ball the way he knows he can
Rugby is a contact sport and we're here for that
Georgia has its own problems right now, in particular when it comes to LGBT rights. Back in July, a man was killed after an anti-LGBT mobs caused the Tbilisi Pride event to be cancelled. The mob attacked people, including journalists who were covering the event resulting in international outcry and calls for the government to step in.
Handsome as ever, Giorgi rocks a double top
Talking about playing for his national team he said: “I’ve been there four months and I think I am playing as well as I have ever been. I hope I can keep on improving because I am playing with very professional players in a very professional environment which helps a lot.”
We love a press shot, and he knows how to work a camera
It’s a bit of a mystery as to whether he has a partner or not but with his model good looks and giant thighs, he’s bound to get a lot of interest from the ladies (and the lads!). He fills a sports top with massive pecs and bulges in all the right places making him one to watch in the rugby world.
That's a pose we wouldn't say no to, especially with that bubble butt