MMA fighter takes one second to KO opponent, does victory prance for five more

An MMA fighter made the record books for knocking out his opponent in a quick second. Even more impressive, however, was his victory prance.

Hip-hop hooray: Garret engages in his victory prance. 

Welterweight MMA fighter Mike Garret made the record books when a swift right kick knocked opponent Sam Heron to the mat in a little over a second in London on Saturday. 

What came afterward, however, was a a bit more difficult to categorize. Garret engaged in some sort of triumphant dance move where he flapped his gloved hands above his head and briskly trotted in place. Was he imitating some sort of scampering woodland creature? Climbing the imaginary ladder of MMA success? 

Let's just call it a victory prance:

H/t For the Win

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