This Haka really is almost as massive as Lomu himself.
Lomu played 63 times for the All Blacks, scoring 185 points, but sadly missed out on winning the Rugby World Cup back in 1995 after losing against South Africa.
The All Blacks star became one of the biggest names in rugby in the 1990s because of his power, pace and the fear he put into oppositions - we're sure it must have been terrifying to play against him.
And the New Zealand legend was given a seriously emotional memorial service at Auckland's Eden Park, with 8,000 turning out to pay tribute to Lomu.
Now, after his passing, Lomu's former school pulled off a truly spine-tingling Haka. And, at Lomu's memorial service, his former team-mates and friends joined to perform a Haka of truly massive proportions .
With former New Zealand captain and the man credited with promoting an improved Haka, Buck Shelford, leading the performance, it really will make your hairs stand on end.