Big news on rugby social media today was former Argentine rugby captain, Agustín Pichot giving away more details of the UAR´ plans to launch an official bid to hot a Rugby World Cup. Sicne becoming the director for the UAR, Pichot has seen sweeping changes in Argentine rugby with the sport set to go from a big sport to a massive one in the country as importance is placed on the sport across the country rather than just in Buenos Aires. This has seen five of Argentina´ six home tests this year being played outside of the greater Buenos Aires metropolitan region. The move is just a part of the policy which has, in its sights, bringing the World Cup to South America. The origin of the source is Britains´ SportBusiness International which posted an interview with Pichot earlier today. Pichot told the source that the UAR, in conjuntion with the country´ government is planning on bidding for either Rugby World Cup 2023 or Rugby World Cup 2007.