The Haka is the fearsome dance performed by New Zealand before every rugby match. It can be so intimidating that many a team (or at least player) has been defeated before kick-off. But during the 2003 World Cup, the All Blacks were on the receiving end for once as tiny Tonga put their heart and soul into their Sipi Tau war cry and wouldn’t allow the Haka to be the dominant dance. As far as equality goes, that was as far as it went with the All Blacks crushing Tonga 91-7.
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