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The Ultimate Fighting Championship again hosted a show at their Apex headquarters in Las Vegas, and brought with it 22 fighters making personal walkout music selections.
Headlined by surging bantamweight contender Cory Sandhagen and the returning T.J. Dillashaw, Saturday’s card featured a wide array of musical genres and several standout choices.
Sandhagen entered to Christopher Wallace’s timeless “Gimme the Loot,” while former champion Dillashaw returned to his roots with “Can’t Stop” by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Also of note were two jams picked by Mickey Gall, who made half of his Octagon journey to “Woke up this Morning” by Alabama 3, best known as the theme song to HBO’s “The Sopranos.” Gall also utilized a second track, 1981 one-hit wonder “Mickey” by Toni Basil.
All UFC on ESPN 27 Walkout Tracks:Cory Sandhagen: The Notorious B.I.G. "GIMME THE LOOT"
T.J. Dillashaw: Red Hot Chili Peppers "CAN'T STOP"
Raulian Paiva: Projota "MULEQUE DE VILA"
Kyler Phillips: Lupe Fiasco "WAV FILES"
Darren Elkins: AC/DC "HIGHWAY TO HELL"
Darrick Minner: Struggle Jennings & Caitlynne Curtis "GOD WE NEED YOU NOW"
Maycee Barber: Carrie Underwood feat Ludacris "THE CHAMPION"
Miranda Maverick: Casting Crowns "ONLY JESUS REMIX"
Randy Costa: Florida Georgia Line "ROUND HERE"
Adrian Yanez: Lil Keke ft. Paul Wall "CHUNK UP THE DEUCE"
Brendan Allen: DaBaby "BALL IF WANT TO"
Punahele Soriano: Ennio Morricone "A GRINGO LIKE ME"
Ian Heinisch: Bob Dylan "HURRICANE"
Nassourdine Imavov: Dave Pearce "NOW WE ARE FREE REMIX"
Mickey Gall: Toni Basil "MICKEY" and Alabama 3 "WOKE UP THIS MORNING"
Jordan Williams: Logic "ALL I DO"
Julio Arce: Marc Anthony "VIVIR MI VIDA"
Andre Ewell: Method Man and Redman "DA ROCKWILDER"
Sijara Eubanks: Beyonce "MY POWER"
Elise Reed: AJR "BANG"
Diana Belbita: Adrian Von Ziegler "LEGEND"
Hannah Goldy: The Script feat Will I Am "HALL OF FAME"
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