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Tau's picture
Walk-Out Music

For a bit of fun.

You've just become a professional fighter.

What's your walk-out music?

Mine's either Also Sprach Zarathustra (to be classy) or Fatboy Slim's Right Here, Right Now (for intimidation, whilst gesticulating towards the centre of the ring)

Les Bubka
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In flames - only for the weak

Imperial march

Con't be touch by Roy Jones Junior

Zach Zinn
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Probably some Merzbow - Japanese noise music, would be far more jarring/intimidating than anything I've ever seen used;) Barring that if I wanted be nice, maybe some old punk, Black Flag for instance.

Iain Abernethy
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A little on the nose, but “Warriors Code” by The Dropkick Murphys (about boxer “Irish” Micky Ward) would be one I’d consider. https://youtu.be/PPC0kTWaE7I

Leigh Simms
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What Have You Done by Within Temptation 

deltabluesman's picture

Hmm.  I'd say "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira.  Look at the title . . . it's just good advice for combat sports. 

Plus, it's do or die after that.  It's the musical equivalent of burning the boats.  After you walk out to Shakira, you have no choice but to win. 

colby's picture

If copyright didnt exist, probably this. https://youtu.be/jya2eBCDcW0

Roman Ostien
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For getting myself pumped up: "Rip and tear" by Mick Gordon


For messing with the opponent's mind....whatever the hell this is


B Bates
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Surely it's got to be Chumbawamba- Tubthumping ;-)

Or the classic - Eye of The Tiger

Personally I'd like a bit of Rage Against The Machine, maybe Wake Up

MichielC's picture

Do you really want to hurt me, by Culture Club.

Or Killing in the name of, by RATM.

Iain Abernethy
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MichielC wrote:
Do you really want to hurt me, by Culture Club.

Brilliant! Reminds me of Homer’s walkout music in the clip:

Bob Davis
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Should I Stay or Should I Go - The Clash

Peter P
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Once and for All by Parasite Inc. or Your Body is a Battleground by Delain.

Joseph O'Neill
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Avenged Sevenfold - Nightmare.