Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Have Kid Whose 'Dougie' Is Better Than Yours

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 10, 2012

The best moves this football season were performed with "Gangnam" swagger and "Dougie" bravado by a little kid who has pretty much everyone beat in the dancing department. 

If you are anything like me, by the end of this video, you will wonder what it was that you just saw and agree that it might be the greatest thing ever. 

Answers are rare regarding this video, but it seems Yahoo! Sports spotted some details on this video of a little kid pretty much serving the nation:

 ...they released their own Gangnam mashup video with the team's cheerleaders and mascot, "Captain Fear," in September -- but the highlight of that phenomenon happened in the second quarter of the team's Nov. 25 game against the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium.

That's when a young man by the name of Christian -- aka "Little Fear" -- outdid everyone on the field with his own moves.

The video is quickly going viral and it's easy to see why. The Buccaneers' mascot takes the field with his little maestro for a dance that starts with "Gangnam Style." 

Normally, we would mentally and emotionally check out at that point, but we thought there might be something special about this performance, and we weren't disappointed. 

Little Fear has none as he shows pretty much the world how to move with a year's worth of swagger. This might be the coolest kid of all time. 

 

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