The Walkmen: UFC Fight Night ‘Bermudez vs. Korean Zombie’

By Mike Sloan Feb 5, 2017

UFC Fight Night 104 saw the triumphant return of Chan Sung Jung, as “The Korean Zombie” flattened Dennis Bermudez in the first round of their headliner at the Toyota Center in Houston. The event was packed with action and memorable finishes, with a number of fighters making convincing pitches for post-fight bonuses. The soundtrack to the show added another layer of intrigue on the eve of Super Bowl LI.

The Cranberries and their classic 1990s grunge opus “Zombie” brought Jung to the Octagon for the first time in more than three years. Meanwhile, DMX’s “Top Shotter (Here Comes the Boom)” trumpeted Bermudez’s arrival, moments before he was cut down by an uppercut and follow-up punches.

Other standout tracks included Pat Benatar’s “All Fired Up” (Felice Herrig), The Misfits’ “Skulls” (Angela Hill), T.I.’s “Bring ’Em Out” (James Vick), Tupac’s “Only Fear of Death” (Anthony Hamilton), The Immortals’ “Encounter the Ultimate” (Curtis Blaydes) and Johnny Cash’s “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” (Marcel Fortuna).

A rundown of the remaining tracks:

UFC Fight Night 104 Walkout Songs

Alexa Grasso: MIA │ “Paper Planes”
Abel Trujillo: Plies │ “Ran Off on Da Plug Twice”
Ovince St. Preux: Skrillex and Rick Ross │ “Purple Lamborghini”
Volkan Oezdemir: Booba │ “4G”
Jessica Andrade: One Direction │ “Drag Me Down”
Adam Milstead: Charm City Devils │ “Man of Constant Sorrow”
Michinori Tanaka: Yoshida Brothers │ “Path of the Wild”
Chas Skelly: Riff Raff with Slim Thug and Paul Wall │ “How to be the Man”
Chris Gruetzemacher: Yelawolf │ “Till It’s Gone”
Bec Rawlings: Tupac │ “Can’T C Me”
Tecia Torres: Macklemore with Ryan Lewis │ “Can’t Hold Us”
Niko Price: Diddy Dirty Money with Skylar Grey │ “Coming Home”
Khalil Rountree: DMX │ “Let Me Fly”
Daniel Jolly: Maxo Kream │ “Smash”
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