Jason Momoa and UFC fighter Mark Hunt on the Gold Coast in Australia.
The actor who played Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones, Jason Momoa, has been spotted performing a stirring Haka while filming in Australia.
Momoa, 37, is on the Gold Coast filming Aquaman and took some time out from filming to visit a local MMA (mixed martial arts) gym.
He popped down to Heartbreak Conditioning to lend his support to New Zealand born Samoan UFC fighter, Mark Hunt.
Hunt, who is a UFC legend in New Zealand and Australia, is in training for what will be a tough fight against American Derrick Lewis on June 10.
A group of men, including Momoa, performed a traditional Haka in front of Hunt to wish him luck in his upcoming fight.
The New Zealand Haka is a ceremonial war dance made world famous by the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team. While the Haka started as pre-battle war dance by Maori warriors it can now also be performed as a ceremonial dance to celebrate achievements, farewells and weddings.
The Hawaiian-born Momoa performed the Haka for his Game of Thrones audition which won him the role of the Dothraki king.
You can spot Momoa in the left of the frame
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While you’re here watch this emotional wedding haka: