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The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Saturday card managed to hold on to nine bouts after losing five scraps in the days leading up to UFC Fight Night 186 in Las Vegas.
While short on quantity, the varied music selection was as diverse as the 18 combatants that populated the Octagon for the final UFC event of February.
Headlining fighters Jairzinho Rozenstruik (“Trappen” by Josylvio) and Cyril Gane (“Temps Mort” by Booba) entered to esoteric tracks out of the eye of the mainstream. Other standout selections included Dolly Parton’s iconic “9 to 5” (Kevin Croom) and Domino’s old-school “Ghetto Jam” (Alexis Davis).
All UFC Fight Night 186 Walkout Tracks:Jairzinho Rozenstruik: “Trappen” by Josylvio
Cyril Gane: “Temps Mort” by Booba
Nikita Krylov: “Wildman” by Rem Digga
Magomed Ankalaev: “Music in the Car” by Beautiful Lezginka
Montana De La Rosa: “Destiny” by Neffex
Mayra Bueno Silva: “O Hino” by Fernandinho
Pedro Munhoz: “Tudo Que Eu Guardo” (DJ Hunter) by Quebrada United
Jimmie Rivera: “Cento” by Don Omar
Alex Caceres: “Express Yourself” by Charles Wright
Kevin Croom: “9 to 5” by Dolly Parton
Alexander Hernandez: “Crimson & Clover” by Tommy James and the Shondells
Thiago Moises: “Pais do Futebol” by MC Guime & Emicida
Alexis Davis: “Ghetto Jam” by Domino
Sabina Mazo: “To Zion” by Lauren Hill
Vince Cachero: “Ain’t Nothing ta F Wit” by Wu-Tang Clan
Ronnie Lawrence: “Run this Town” by Jay Z
Dustin Jacoby: “Runnin’ Down a Dream” by Tom Petty
Maxim Grishin: “The Performance of the Belarusian Republic Orchestra” by Victor Tsoi
Cyrillic translation provided by Sherdog contributor Lev Pisarsky.
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