New Zealand All Blacks celebrate win with shirtless haka in rain (Video)

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If you are not familiar with the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team, you will begin to pay more attention now. The All Blacks are one of the most intimidating squads in international rugby and they are known for taking the center of the pitch before games to perform their traditional “haka” dance to strike fear in opponents.

In their most recent game over the weekend, the All Blacks defeated England, 26-7, in the Cup Final of the 2014 Hong Kong Sevens Tournament.

To take things to the next level, the All Blacks busted out another rendition of their haka dance to celebrate the big win, but this one was even more special than most. Not only was it celebrating a tournament title, but the haka was done in a torrential downpour and the dudes were shirtless.

It was truly epic.

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