At every MMA event, from unregulated backyard brawls to marquee UFC events, fighters walk into a song of their choosing. (Unless Dana White vetoes it.) Some of the songs will knock you down, some are expected, some are just plain weird. My personal favorite is "El Matador," by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, used a few times by Roger Huerta.
Entrance songs for fighters are a bit tougher to choose than, say, batting music in baseball. The whole song has to be good, and has to get the arena excited for your mere presence. It can't be just a few bars of a decent song. If you had to make that long walk to the cage, what would you choose? We asked that question of MMA writers, and you might be surprised by some of their picks.
Ariel Helwani, Versus.com and MMA Fanhouse: "I would pick Biggie's "Victory." I used to listen to it before every one of my high school basketball games and it really got my blood going. If someone else on the cardRead More »from Rock, rap and rear naked chokes: What is your entrance song?