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A haka is a traditional Maori dance. Maori haka are performed for various reasons, such as celebrating an achievement, welcoming distinguished guests, or as a pre-battle challenge. Contrary to popular belief, a haka is not always a war dance, and may be performed by both men and women. The haka attained international fame as a result of the pre-game haka performed by New Zealand national sports teams, particularly the All Blacks rugby team.

New Zealand All Blacks Perform A Stirring Haka, the Maori Ancestral War Dance vs France 2013 Read Story -

My husband is a rugby player! Rugby: The only sport with short shorts, a dance routine, AND violence that scares NFL players.

Breath in, kick forward, lift up, scrum down, pass back, breathe out, PLAY EVERYWHERE.

Breath in, kick forward, lift up, scrum down, pass back, breathe out, PLAY EVERYWHERE.

Haka#all black#new-Zealand

No sporting ritual list is complete without the Haka – the Maori war dance that the New Zealand rugby team does before the start of every match. The Haka has been performed by the All Blacks for more than 100 years.