Yesterday, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled the first “dabbing” bobblehead, featuring Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Although Cam wasn’t the first to “Dab”, he made it a worldwide phenomenon.

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The bobbleheads, which are now in stock, are limited to only 504, are individually numbered and are officially licensed through the NFL and the NFLPA. The figures are 8-inches tall and are only available at for $40 (plus shipping). Not only does the head bobble, but both of the arms do as well.

Courtesy: National Bobblehead Hall of Fame

Much to the chagrin of Seahawks fans and fans of opposing teams around the NFL, the “Dab” went viral following an eight-second display by Newton during a game last season against the Tennessee Titans. When two Titans players confronted Newton during his celebration, he continued to dance in their face.

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and will eventually feature the world’s largest collection of bobbleheads and bobblehead-related exhibits when it opens later this year. The Hall of Fame and Museum also designs, produces and markets a wide variety of bobbleheads.