What you don’t know about the man behind that moonwalk wrestling movesDavid G. Schwartz, Forbes · July 12, 2018 at 6:30 pmYou might have seen the viral video, which spiraled from r/squaredcircle to the Bleacher Report to ESPN to news sites around the world. A Michael Jackson impersonator grabs a Drake impersonator in an outdoor wrestling ring, with the Stratosphere casino’s tower looming in the background.Clutching “Drake’s” head, he effortlessly moonwalks backwards, then executes a devastating DDT, falling backward and driving “Drake’s” head into the mat. The crowd reacts. He kips up with MJ flare, does a signature pose, and tags out.It lasts only 14 seconds, but the only-in-Vegas spot from Future Stars of Wrestling’s Beers and Bodyslams event in Downtown Las Vegas has made Michael Jackson tribute artist Santana Jackson a sudden sensation—the ESPN post alone has 4.9 million views at present. It’s come after years of hard work for Jackson, and a deep love for the man he pays tribute to.