WATCH: Justin Marshall and Akira Ioane appear to be involved in some form of fight.

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Footage has surfaced today appearing to show All Blacks legend Justin Marshall and current New Zealand star Akira Ioane in some form of street altercation.

The video reportedly shows Marshall and Ioane exchanging some choice words, with both of them being held back. This comes after the All Blacks lost their Test series against Ireland on Saturday.

In the video, it is reported by Rugby 365 that fellow All Black Caleb Clarke was attempting to de-escalate the situation, holding back Marshall as he appears to be marching towards Ioane. During the video, it is very hard to decipher what the two of them are saying, with the atmosphere in the setting being very loud and brash.

Former Ospreys player Marshall played 81 times for New Zealand and is considered a legend of the game. He also works as a TV pundit and has been critical of New Zealand in recent weeks.

Ioane has featured 14 times for the All Blacks since his debut in 2020, he started the final Test against Ireland.

New Zealand have now lost four out of their last five games, and have the Rugby Championship coming up in August.

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