Walkout songs can tell us a lot about a fighter. UFC on ESPN+ 13 had some phenomenal entrance music throughout the card, it’s great seeing fighters ”dance” their way to the octagon.
It takes hard work and dedication to earn yourself a UFC win, but some good music to accompany you to the cage is key.
Let’s see what the fighters ultimately decided on. Let’s turn up the volume.
UFC on ESPN+ 13 Walkout Songs
California’s own Lopez improved his UFC record to 2-1. He wanted everybody to know who runs this town tonight!
Brianna Van Buren
How about that for a UFC debut? Van Buren came close to a finish. She is just 25 years old and looks promising!
Martinez knocked his opponent out with a spectacular knee in the third round. It earned him a Performance of the Night bonus.
The 25 year old Martinez improves his UFC record to 2-1.
BJJ specialist Hall is still undefeated in the UFC. He couldn’t get the finish but did knock his opponent down to the canvas twice. What’s next for the wizard?
Pena left the sport in January of 2017 to give birth to her daughter. She came back with a hard earned decision win.
As a result she improves her UFC record to 4-1.
Another Team Alpha Male representative who earns himself a beautiful win and a Performance of the Night bonus.
Filli is with the UFC since 2014. He won his last two fights and now wants a ranked opponent.
Allan got signed last week by the UFC to make his debut.
He was the only Brazilian fighter in Sacramento to get a win!
His only UFC loss came to interim middleweight champion Israel Adesanya.
The 25 year old Vettori wants a rematch in the near future!
He lost in his last fight but was not going to lose again. Roberson showed some good defence on the ground and landed some solid shots of his own.
He is motivated to get the top!
Known for his fast and devastating knockouts is Team Alpha Male’s Josh Emmett. He improves his UFC record to 6-2.
His knockout win earned him his first Performance of the Night bonus.
The Golden 1 Center was shaking when Urijah Faber made his entrance. His 46 second knockout earned him a Performance of the Night bonus.
”The California Kid” is back!
Germaine de Randamie
All it took was 16 seconds for the Dutch striking sensation to close the show. De Randamie improves her UFC record to 6-1.
The former featherweight champion is now close to a shot at the bantamweight title.
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