New Zealand’s Haka dance video has been all over social media since Sunday when the All Blacks defeated Argentina in their first match at the the Rugby World Cup in London.
New Zealand athletes express one of the greatest acts of nationalism with their Haka dance.
The All Blacks gained a lot of support on social networking sites for their Haka dance and the Rugby victory. David Hasselhoff, the American cult TV actor, also joined the Haka Dance bandwagon on Twitter as he tweeted his support for the All Blacks and Dan Carter.
Carter replied to the former Baywatch actor, thanking him and asking that he support his team.
Last year, Hasselhoff also demonstrated his support for New Zealand and the Haka, and his praise for Kirwan.
“I love the haka. I think that the Welsh team now should do the Hoffa…to intimidate these guys,” Hasselhoff said, notes NzHerald.
“I like the Kiwis as well. I was honoured to get a John Kirwan jersey at a game years ago.”
While Hasselhoff did not join the Haka dance, the video of the New Zealand Rugby team, it has already become viral online, notes Sydney Morning Herald.
It has already been viewed 12 million times, Liked 156,800 times and shared 141,700 times since it was posted yesterday.
The Facebook homepage image of the Rugby World Cup’s Facebook page has been changed to the All Blacks Haka dance.