Heavyweight Fabricio Werdum might be known for his slick ground game inside the Octagon, but outside of it, there's something else helping the Brazilian gain notoriety -- that quirky face he does seemingly whenever there is a camera around.
Werdum has probably been doing what is now affectionately known as the "Werdum Face" for many years, but fans first got a glimpse of it in 2014 during his run to the title. It really became a "thing" during the build up to UFC 188, and after Werdum beat Velasquez, the "Werdum Face" was everywhere.
It has since become one of Werdum's trademark moves and now even fans are getting in on the action. Check out some of the best fan attempts at the "Werdum Face."
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Werdum should be ridiculously flattered.