Aussie boxing star Anthony Mundine has personally visited survivors of the Christchurch terror attacks in hospital.
Mundine, along with fellow Australian-Muslim boxer Billy Dib, is in the Garden City to pay his respects, a week after the horrible attacks that saw 50 people killed at two mosque shootings.
The 43-year-old posted photos on his Facebook page, visiting the dozens who are still in hospital.
"I'm honoured to be visiting these beautiful brothers and sisters who survived the horrific atrocities in Christchurch," he posted.
"May Allah give them the strength to get through this terrible experience and heal their pain.
"They are all amazing and very brave humans. Please keep them in your prayers."
All Blacks midfielder Sonny Bill Williams is also in Christchurch after taking leave from the Blues.