Macca does the haka!
Almost 8,000 rugby fans joined forces in Rotorua at the weekend to attempt the world’s largest haka – and talkSPORT’s Andrew McKenna was right there with them.
Macca is part of our team in New Zealand and he is commentating on all ten of the British & Irish Lions matches, including the three Test matches, the first of which is this Saturday in Auckland.
He was in Rotorua at the weekend calling the action as the Lions beat the Maori All Blacks, and he took the opportunity to take part in this world record attempt.
The current Guinness World Record, which was set in France in 2014, stands at just over 4,000 people.
Everyone taking part in the traditional Maori war dance in Rotorua was given a ticket and, while it’s expected to take several months to verify the record attempt, organisers are confident they beat it comfortably.
Check out the action as Macca does the haka!