20 replies on “The Greatest haka EVER?”

  1. This looks incredibly silly and makes me giggle. (No offence)

  2. it was previously done as intimidation prior to engagement before war, and if you think thats pretty archaic, consider that not only it g's up the teammates but the WHOLE country as a whole(ie NZ et al… tonga, samoa its used as well…) because it is meant as a war cry, but its symbolism has changed to unify. i have witnessed a Haka live, back here in South Africa, in a rugby match, its really showmanship at its best, but also its respect to culture which that country (as in here …new zealand) demonstrates{ehnce why haka differs}, which now really is here to be appreciated. now who wouldnt want that?

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