UFC 282: Find out Octagon walkout songs of Paddy Pimblett, Darren Till, Bryce Mitchell and Ilia Topuria

UFC 282 will see some of the best fighters in the sport battle it out on T-Mobile arena. The main event features Jan Blachowicz vs Magomed Ankalaev for the undisputed Light-heavyweight belt. Other fights include upcoming star Paddy Pimblett, the returning veteran Darren Till and still-undefeated Bryce Mitchell.

The fight card initially included a title def between Jiri Prochazka and Glover Teixeira. But the fight got canceled due to Jiri sustaining a serious shoulder injury. The co-main event was then promoted to the title fight. The fight between Paddy ‘The Baddy’ Pimblett and Jared ‘Flash’ Gordon was then promoted to the co-main event.

The fight card is set to see Jan, get his second and potentially final shot at the title while Magomed gets his chance as the long-deserving contender. Paddy is quickly rising in popularity amongst UFC fans but Jared might be his toughest challenge yet.

On the other hand, Till returns to the Octagon after more than a year of hiatus and looks to prove himself against the South African fighter Dricus Du Plessis. Fans are eager to see how his training camps with Middleweight Khamzat ‘Borz’ Chimaev is going to play out.

Paddy famously uses Tiesto’s ‘Lethal Industry’ remixed by Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano.

Another track used by the Baddy is ‘Heads Will Roll’ by Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs. This song probably represents the British fighter’s willingness to take on tough challenges and shock the doubters.

On the other hand, Darren rocks one of the most recognized walkout songs in the UFC ‘Sweet Caroline’ by ‘Neil Diamond.’ Fans were quite disappointed when he did not use his signature walkout track in his last two fights. However, both those fights had nearly zero audiences owing to Covid restrictions.

Bryce ‘Thug Nasty’ Mitchell, seems to not have picked a definitive walkout tune for himself. In his fight against Andre Fili, he walked out to Dae Wun’s ‘Focus’ Previously he used Ruff Ryders Anthem by the late DMX.

Amir Khosru

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