Prince Nana Details How His Popular Dance Came Together

Prince Nana has opened up on his dance

Crazes in pro wrestling are strange things, with seemingly off the cuff remarks or movements taking on a life of their own.

Currently in All Elite Wrestling, Embassy founder Prince Nana has gotten very over due to his enthusiastic dancing during Swerve Strickland’s entrance, with crowd members - and even Eric Bischoff - doing their own interpretations of the dance.

Nana was a recent guest on Talk is Jericho, where he revealed how his dance came to be:

"I was in my room and got some good news, and next thing you know, I put on Instagram. I put on the Swerve song and I was like, 'I'm gonna just dance to this.' I just started dancing that same dance and I did that same dance. I taped it. We went maybe about two weeks, and you know, when I was initially walking him to the ring, I had a little motion in my step, a little pep in my step, but I said to myself, maybe two weeks into that, I looked at that video again and I said, 'You know what? I'm gonna do this dance', and I did it one night, and boom, history again was made, and just since then, every week people are requesting me to do it. I did it in London in front of 80,000 people. We're getting memes. We're getting people doing the challenge. So it's definitely a great thing," said Nana.


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