I’m a dangerously bad dancer.

As a kid you can get away with it by just ripping your shirt open and sliding on your knees on the dance-floor, but in adulthood that’s generally frowned upon.

In fact, I’m so utterly terrible that when I used to go out, I’d go out of my way to avoid the dance-floor.

I once got speaking to girl at a bar and she proceeded to ask me if I wanted a dance.

I flapped it, told her I’d rendezvous with her in five and got in a cab home.

Pathetic, I know, but that’s what happens when you’ve got two left feet.

Fortunately for these next two blokes, they were blessed with a lot more rhythm than me, as they proudly demonstrated during a recent American football game.

West Virginia Mountaineers super-fan Charles Hayes is regularly seen entertaining crowds with his dance moves during home games at Milan Puskar Stadium.

However, it’s his latest dance battle with West Virginia student Anderson Small that’s gone viral.

It’s really not hard to see why because I think it might just be the best dance-off I’ve ever seen.

Check it out below:

That really is genius.

I only wish I could move like that – I’d get all the girls, wouldn’t I?

As you’d expect with a dance-off so epic, it went down a storm on social media.

The above video has over 100,000 retweets and 300,000 likes at the time of writing, while many people have commented on how great it is:

Watching this video did remind me of another favourite viral dance moment of mine.

This guy going nuts to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer” is nothing short of epic.

The internet can be great sometimes.

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