The article argues that New Zealand Rugby, Rugby Australia, SANNZAR, and the Super Rugby commissioner should consider expanding the competition by 2026. The current format is criticized for being predictable and unexciting, especially for the Australian teams who are perceived to be growing weaker compared to their New Zealand counterparts. The solution proposed is to increase the number of teams, with potential expansion in both New Zealand and Australia. Additionally, the author suggests that New Zealand Rugby players should consider moving to Australian-based teams if they are unable to secure contracts in New Zealand. Furthermore, the article advocates for closer ties between New Zealand and Argentinian rugby to create more opportunities for players. The article also discusses funding challenges in Australia and suggests joint ownership of a team with Argentina as a potential solution. Overall, the article believes that an expanded competition would benefit both players and governing unions.