Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata did more than just raise money for local educational groups and teachers at his foundation's function. The big man put on a dancing show.

The third annual Haloti Ngata Family Foundation Luau pulled in $50,000, according to TMZ, and the highlight of the night was Ngata doing the Kailao, a traditional Tongan warrior dance. Here's video via TMZ:

Ngata's parents were from Tonga. He was born in California, attended high school in Utah and played college football at Oregon. A first-round pick of the Ravens in 2006, Ngata has been selected to the Pro Bowl five times.

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