“@EricHolden: Breaking WMMA news: @jngaza92 says she can't stop twerking”I can't. It's so sad," Gaza tweeted to her legion of Twitter followers.
Taking matters a step further, Gaza posted an Instagram video that showed off her excellent twerking skills.
"instagram.com/p/e_NG-3ozwo/ twerk," Gaza tweeted.
Gaza's Instagram video proved that she does in fact have superb twerking skills and that it's hard for her to stop performing the dance, even for a little while.
However, fight fans are pleased that she has no interest in taking a break from twerking, as she did a fine job celebrating the female athletic form with one of the most popular dances in the world today.
Twerking has been all the rage since Miley Cyrus shocked the world at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, so Gaza simply took a cue from the young star and decided to run with it.
"I spent my whole career playing it safe, being a gentleman, never doing anything controversial," Robin Thicke said of his shocking dance with Cyrus. "I didn't see [the VMA performance] because I was onstage singing my ass off.
"They told me [beforehand] that Miley's going to take her clothes off and dance around and she might bend over… I just said, 'I don't care, let's entertain the people,'" he continued. "Let's give them something they're not ready for, let's make them talk."
Now just a couple months later, the twerking trend has entered the WMMA community, with Gaza leading the charge.
It would be difficult to argue that there's anything wrong with the young MMA star's approach, as she's a wonderful role model for young women across the globe.
Sometimes in life you just have to go ahead and "do you," and that's exactly what Gaza is doing.