Quite possibly the best moment to sit in an arena during a UFC show is when the lights drop and the crowd goes silent just before a bass thump hits the speakers and a fighter begins his or her walk to the Octagon.
It happens at least 20 times a night during any UFC card, but the walkout song has transcended just being a top-40 hit playing while a fighter trots to the Octagon.
If you were a fighter, what would your entrance music be?
This question never seems to get old amongst fight fans. Fans are captivated by everything the spectacle has to offer, including the dimmed arena, lighting effects and memorable entrance music.
I don’t even really think it is the video that is intimidating.
However, when the ‘light show’ is added in with the video it’s a little scary.
Don't be ashamed to admit that even you experience some off days.
Your ex-girl is all on some guy and your car is in the shop so you have to pull up in that Honda Accord.
With the right body language and entrance music, a fighter can quickly become an early favorite amongst fans as he or she struts down the aisle.Eminem executes some verbal wizardry and drops one of the most technically proficient rap verses in the history of rap verses.Stabbings, animal sacrifices, pedophilia, rape, "Dead Wrong" has everything you could hope for in a violent rap song. Over the years, some songs have become synonymous with certain fighters.UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is known for coming out to 50 Cent's "God Gave Me Style." Bantamweight contender Urijah Faber has always wowed the Pacific crowd with 2Pac and Dr.I guess people weren’t playing around when they said LSU’s Death Valley was an intimidating environment.