The All Blacks have revealed what they think are their best ever Haka performances are in crazy new video
By Rugby Onslaught

The All Blacks have revealed what they think are their best ever Haka performances are in crazy new video

The All Blacks have revealed what they think are their best ever Haka performances are in crazy new video. The video is amazing to see what they themselves think are their best Haka performances.

The All Blacks are known around the World for their Haka which they perform before every match that they play in.

They have played in thousands of matches, but today the All Blacks officially revealed what their Top 5 performances are on their social media platforms today.

Some of the best performances are ones which we would expect, and they most of the time appear to be against South Africa, their arch-rivals.

Sometimes it’s easy to forget how incredible the All Black haka is.

All Blacks to take 50% pay cuts.

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and the New Zealand Rugby Players’ Association (NZRPA) have today agreed to a range of payment changes that apply predominantly to players contracted at Super Rugby level (including All Blacks), in the national sevens programmes and Black Ferns.

NZR Chief Executive Mark Robinson said: “Like most businesses, people are your greatest asset, and our staff and players are most certainly our number one priority. We wanted to come up with solutions that worked for all our players and ensured that all sectors of our game were sharing in the financial pain we are currently enduring.”

NZRPA Chief Executive Rob Nichol said: “The players are committed to playing their part in ensuring the long-term future of the sport and to ensure the game best manages the financial implications of COVID-19.

“In contemplating a scenario based on no professional rugby in 2020, NZR and the NZRPA together recognised the need to act now to prepare the game and the players for this, even if there is every intention of doing all we can to avoid it.

“As a result, we have agreed to immediately freeze approximately $25 million, or 50 percent, of the remaining forecasted player spend in 2020.”

 

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