The Walkout Consultant: UFC Fight Night 141 Walkout Songs

UFC Fight Night 141 Walkout Songs

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The UFC is off to China this week for UFC Fight Night 141! Headlined by a rematch between Curtis Blaydes and Francis Ngannou, the card goes down live from the Cadillac Arena in Beijing. As with many UFC events though, there are a lot of fighters who will need help selecting more memorable, on-brand entrances. As’s resident musicologist, I can offer suggestions that will help fighters further stand out from the pack with their UFC Fight Night 141 walkout songs. I’m even posting them here for you, the discerning fans’, consideration. So, without further ado, here… We… Go!

Kevin Holland

What he last walked out to: “God’s Plan” – Drake

What he should walk out to next: “TRAILBLAZER” – Burdock Clover

You know how I keep talking about the “Drake Curse”? That’s where the fighter who walks out to Drake generally loses his fight. Well, it struck Kevin “Trailblazer” Holland in his last fight with Thiago Santos. So what should he walk out to next? Well, the grimy bass and head-nodding beats of Burdock Clover’s “TRAILBLAZER” would both be on-brand and a step up. You can hear it below.

David Zawada

What he last walked out to: “Gang Up” – Young Thug, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, and PnB Rock

What he should walk out to next: “Meteor Hammer” – Wu-Tang Clan feat. Ghostface, Action Bronson, and Terminology
The biggest problem with “Gang Up,” David “Sagat” Zawada’s last walk out song, was the clunky lyrical flows detracting from a potentially decent, if slow beat. It doesn’t do enough to help Zawada stand out. After all, countless fighters walkout to contemporary hip-hop with similar bed tracks and better flows. What would help would be something a little harder, and a little more intimidating. Something from the Wu-Tang Clan, like their track “Meteor Hammer.” You can hear it below.

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