All Blacks take on the Haka at Wembley
Wembley Stadium will see Rugby World champions New Zealand All Blacks put on their infamous traditional war dance the haka.
Originally, the haka was a war dance performed by warriors before they went into battle, to demonstrate their strength and power to the opposing side, fuelling fear and intimidation. New Zealand’s All Blacks rugby team always perform the haka before a match commences. The All Blacks will perform the Haka before their match against Argentina.
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