The NRL season is yet to kickoff but Brad Fittler is already raring to go for the 2019 State of Origin series.
After a successful 2018, Freddy's Blues are now looking for back-to-back series wins for the first time since NSW's 2004-05 success.
And with the opening of the new Centre of Excellence at Sydney Olympic Park plus a trip to Perth for the Game II, Fittler is extremely excited for the series.
Speaking on Triple M's The Rush Hour with MG, Freddy detailed the Blues' plans for the Perth trip and how important the new facility at the Olympic precinct is to NSW rugby league.
Freddy is about to embark on the Hogs for the Homeless ride, which will see Fittler travel over 2500kms throughout regional NSW.
The Blues legend will be joined by fellow rugby league legends Nathan Hindmarsh, Danny Buderus, Steve Menzies, Mark O'Meley and Michael Buettner for the 10-day ride.
For more information on the Hog for the Homeless ride or to donate head to Youth Off The Streets head to www.nswrl.com.au/community/hogs-for-the-homeless/