Originally posted by SeitseIt was the Kiwi's (New Zealand) originally.... a tribal war dance called the Haka.
Serious question: The dancing thing the rugby players do while in line,
in front of the opponents... is it widespread? Is it real? Is it kind of a
Originally posted by SeitseNew Zealand and some of the other South Pacific teams - Samoa, Tonga etc.
Ok, I get it, so only the New Zealand national team does it.
Originally posted by blade68Football (soccer) players are sissies, we all know that.
Those rugby boys really show the football lads up don't they?
... and they're not wearing helmets and padding like their American cousins!
Originally posted by CrowleyWe'll beg to differ on that issue!
Football (soccer) players are sissies, we all know that.
Let's not start up the whole rugby vs. American football argument again.
American football is a different game, with tackles coming in from all angles and therefore the protective gear is absolutely necessary.
Remember, most hits and tackles in football are not allowed in rugby, because it would be classed dangerous.