Meet the oldest and youngest ‘dabbing’ Panthers fans

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The oldest living Carolina Panthers fan is getting ready to cheer her team on.

"I love the panthers and I don't watch none other but them,” said 95-year-old Mary Ward. “Only time I watch the others is when they're playing the panthers cause I got no interest in the rest of them."

Ward said it was her great grandson who turned her into a fan by asking her to watch a game 20 years ago.

Ward said she fell in love with the team and that famous pose made famous by Cam Newton.

“I just love them all but Cam is who I cater too,” Ward said. “Cam and that Davis. He's a good player and he's a good sportsman. What I like about all of them is they play like the sport is supposed to be played."

Mary has lived in the same home in the vale community of Lincoln County all of her life. She said she's never missed a Panthers game except when she's had to work.

Ward said she most likely will watch the big game with family and may wear a Panthers jersey for the occasion.

Meanwhile, the youngest “dabbing” Panthers fan has not even been born yet.

WBTV reported that Kat McKee and her fiancé got a surprise after visiting the doctor recently to check on their soon-to-be baby boy.

McKee, of Charlotte, told WBTV that her son Hagan Lee was dabbing in the ultrasound photos.

Newton often bursts out in a “dab” dance after scoring a touchdown. It’s a type of dance that originated in Atlanta.

The Panthers take on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.