Over the years, some songs have become synonymous with certain fighters.
They said they had heard that "soldiers had come to catch we," and "we were scary." After the first few trips he became so thoroughly accustomed that he often wondered how he had ever thought this scary riding.But you don't have to be intimidating yourself to get the opponents and the crowd shrinking back like violets. These are the 10 most intimidating walkout songs of all time. When he was in the zone and making his way to the combat area, that detached, I-must-do-violence-now gaze into the middle distance was pretty terrifying.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.Every once in a while, though, you come across a musician who looks as hardcore as they come. Someone who's only familiar with the image might find all of their songs to be Surprisingly Gentle Songs.Note that there's absolutely nothing wrong with having a hardcore appearance and doing soft music. This trope is about the dichotomy of the image, not whether or not the music fits any individual's tastes.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.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. "Sandstorm" is like the least intimidating entrance song ever, at least outside the humor category. Theres a vacant bedreally, thats one reason why the room is so scary.But piracy in the far future, when presented as vividly as in this story, can be scary stuff.