A New Zealand model and actress has released a video of her epic rap battle with a Wallabies fan ahead of Sunday's final.
Gemma Knight goes up against Wallabies supporter Isabel Macmaster in the spectacular rap battle to show her support for the men in black.
To the beat and style of Chris Brown and Busta Rhyme's 'Look At Me Now', the girls cover various topics related to the upcoming match, including the hottest players in the trans-Tasman teams.
Ms Knight starts her first verse with, "Ladies love our team. Perving when they play. Sonny Bill over Quade, all day every day."
Ms Macmaster then tries to take a dig at her Kiwi friend stating: "Psh, think you're so cute with your jandals and your sheep..."
In retaliation the All Blacks fan says, "I know that you can be a little cocky, but we got Dan and Richie", giving a special nod to Dan Carter and Richie McCaw, before going on to talk about the haka.
At the end of the video, Ms Knight has a good laugh over her friend not knowing the meaning behind kia ora.
The All Blacks are preparing to face off against Australia in the Rugby World Cup final on Sunday morning at 5am (NZT).