Most intimidating entrance music
And while some of the actual fighters on this list are indeed intimidating themselves, this is not a list of intimidating fighters. So I don't want to hear your complaints about Wanderlei Silva not being on here. This desolate Russian folk dirge was the perfect complement.
I realize his song may inspire fear from a simple Pavlovian standpoint, but come on. Surrounded by the Pride pyrotechnics and screaming Japanese legions, Fedor was the calm in the middle of the storm and the storm itself.
In a career that spanned from 1978-1993, Renaldo Snipes won 39 fights, and one of his songs of choice when entering the ring was this Frank Sinatra classic.
Which makes sense because, let's be honest, there weren't many people tougher than Ol' Blue Eyes.
Floyd Mayweather has used many different entrance songs, including "Overjoyed" by Stevie Wonder and "For The Love Of Money" by the O'Jays.
But in May 2013, he didn't merely have "No Worries" by Lil Wayne play over the PA - he had the rapper perform it live.
And when his fights are over, his opponents are usually familiar with another RHCP song, "Scar Tissue." This was Bowe's entrance music for his 1992 fight against Evander Holyfield.
Winning wasn't "Against All Odds" - Bowe became the first fighter to defeat Holyfield, and later knocked him out in a rematch.
This question never seems to get old amongst fight fans. Fans are captivated by everything the spectacle has to offer, including the dimmed arena, lighting effects and memorable entrance music.Dre's "California Love."These are both memorable songs, but for fans and fighters, there are some songs that bring about an eerie feeling of greatness.When the speakers blast these tunes, you know that you are about to witness something otherworldly.Also, just found a friends bands video on youtube... I train with a lot of people that will listen to nothing but hard metal, or rap and they get bitched hard in training.The music they listen to doesnt intimidate people then, why should it in a fight.