Rampage Jackson Does 'Gangnam Style' Dance On MMA Hour

There have been at least five headlines this month that I never, ever pictured writing. This was number six. UFC light heavyweight Quinton "Rampage" Jackson was an in-studio guest on The MMA Hour With Ariel Helwani today, and I guess he felt like dancing. What did he want to dance to? Why, Gangnam Style of course. For the four of you that haven't heard of this by now, it's a Korean pop song that combines amusing music and some...unusual dancing. Here's the Youtube video, which has been watched over 266 million times since July. You read that right. 266 million. And it'll probably do another two million in the amount of time it takes you to watch it.

Anyway, Rampage went off in Ariel's studio today, imitating the dancing in the video. Check out the video of it below (via MMA Fighting), and you can also catch some amusing gifs of it after the jump (via SBNation.com).


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