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Comment replies consisting solely of images will be removed. Mod posts Serious posts Megathread Breaking news What would be the least intimidating walk-out song for a mixed martial arts fighter? Really glad he won that fight. Is your friend by any chance Jason Mayhem Miller? No, but that's funny. I won't name him but he did it in an amateur fight in Least intimidating songs. Currently fights out of Jackson's camp in some lower level promotions.
I'm trying to remember some of his other antics, not limited to trying to do a nogi tournament in an elephant thong. Having a dude coming into the ring surrounded by a chorus of "can i smell yoooo diiiick".
Seems pretty intimidating to me. Especially if the guy is a former convict with prison tats. It has quite the rapey vibe to me.
I had a long thought about it, and I'd be terrified if I was fighting a dude coming out to Get him in a triangle choke and suddenly sniff sniff right next to my balls, I'd be startled to say the least.
Why Can't We Be Friends? Unbreak My Heart by Toni Braxton. I feel like Meme Machine by Filthy Frank would be pretty hilarious. I don't know the rest but damn that's stuck in my head now. I always imagined if I "Least intimidating songs" became an MMA fighter I'd come out all hard, beating my gloved fists together and mean mugging the camera. I'd totally win the psychological game at that point. Garden City, by John Tesh. Tesh can actually do rock fairly well, but this is one of his most gentle and lighthearted songs.