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The Ultimate Fighting Championship again held court in its home base of Las Vegas with a pay-per-view offering headlined by Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns.
Tensions were high for the main event, and the temperature rose as each man made his way to the Octagon with the UFC welterweight title at stake. Burns, the challenger, entered first to “Medley” by Brazilian musician Buchecha. The champion followed, and was careful not to be outdone as he made his walk to the tune of “No Games” by Rick Ross, featuring Future.
Other standout tracks included “Hurricane” by the legendary Bob Dylan (Ian Heinisch) and “X Gon’ Give it to Ya” from the iconic DMX (Gabriel Green). Additionally, Brazilians Dhiego Lima (“God’s Not Dead” -- Newsboys) and Polyana Viana (“Nobody” -- Casting Crowns featuring Matthew West) selected increasingly rare contemporary Christian tracks as the backdrop to their cage journeys.
UFC 258 Walkout Tracks:Kamaru Usman: “No Games” by Rick Ross featuring Future
Gilbert Burns: “Medley” by Buchecha
Maycee Barber: “The Champion” by Carrie Underwood featuring Ludacris
Alexa Grasso: “Paper Planes” by M.I.A.
Kelvin Gastelum: “El Palenque” by Vicente Fernandez
Ian Heinisch: “Hurricane” by Bob Dylan
Ricky Simon: “Always Knew” by Russ
Brian Kelleher: “The Business” by Tiesto
Maki Pitolo: “Won’t Back Down” by Eminem featuring Pink
Julian Marquez: “Heart of Glass” by Miley Cyrus
Rodolfo Vieira: “Cac Ador de Faixa Preta” by Gabriel Cerqueira
Anthony Hernandez: “Bladadah” by Mozzy
Belal Muhammad: “Dammi Falastini” by Mohammed Assaf
Dhiego Lima: “God’s Not Dead” by Newsboys
Polyana Viana: “Nobody” by Casting Crowns featuring Matthew West
Mallory Martin: “Sirens” by Dom Kennedy
Andre Ewell: “34+35” by Ariana Grande
Chris Gutierrez: “Cut me Up” by Wacotron
Gabriel Green: “X Gon’ Give it to Ya” by DMX
Philip Rowe: “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” by Will Smith
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