This kid made the most of his 1.5 seconds of fame during Saturday’s UFC 216 pay-per-view event.
With just a brief moment to capitalize as a camera swooped by, this excitable MMA fan turned around, smiled, and then wailed away with a move that quickly became a viral hit.
Here it is in all its glory (via gfycat.com):
By Sunday morning, he was featured in one of the top posts on reddit.
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