What is the All Blacks ‘dominance’ doing for World Rugby?

All Blacks show dominance after pre-game haka

 

New Zealand have always been one of the top runners in World Rugby, but in recent years, they seem to have taken a leap even further in front of the competition.

Not many sides seem to come close to the All Blacks at the moment, besides England who matched the Moari record of 18 straight games unbeaten; and Ireland who shocked all in last years Autumn Internationals and beat the All Blacks.

With the so called ‘dominance’ being relatively clear, is it having an impact on World Rugby as a whole?

In this video, Sky’s The Breakdown discuss how the All Blacks manning the top of World Rugby could effect the future of the International side of the game.

 

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