UFC 164 Walkout Songs Guide

Topics: MMA Lifestyle

UFC 164 walkout songs made quite the splash in terms of diversity in music style.  The event was action packed with slick submissions, flash knockouts and electrifying walkout songs.  Dustin Poirier kicked off the Pay-Per-View broadcast with a remix of “Diamonds” by Kanye West.  The night was filled with music that continued to kicked up the anticipation for the fights.  We heard music from the likes of: Black Sabbath, Muse, Scooter, Awolnation, Arron Lewis, Bolt Thrower, R-Swift and Tum Tum.  Josh Barnett is a big fan of “Bolt Thrower”, a well-known death metal band. He made his UFC return to the song: “The 4th Crusade” and his nickname “War Master” is a Bolt Thrower album.  The night wrapped up when Benson Henderson made his way to the Octagon with the song “Awesome” by R-Swift.  Check out our complete list of main card UFC 164 walkout songs below.

UFC 164 Walkout Music

Anthony Pettis: “Showtime” by Tum Tum feat. Jim Jones on the “Evil Empire – Be South 17″ Album
Benson Henderson: “Awesome God” by R-Swift on the “Anthem” Album
Josh Barnett: “The 4th Crusade” by Bolt Thrower on the “The 4th Crusade” Album
Frank Mir: “Amazing” by Kanye West on the “808s & Heartbreak” Album
Chad Mendes: “Country Boy” by Aaron Lewis on the “Town Line” Album
Clay Guida: “War Pigs” by Black Sabbath on the “Paranoid” Album
Ben Rothwell: “Uprising” by Muse on the “The Resistance” Album
Brandon Vera: “Sail” by Awolnation on the Megalithic Symphony Album
Dustin Poirier: “Diamonds” from Sierra Leone – Remix by Kanye West on the “Late Registration” Album
Erik Koch: “Fire” by Scooter on the “Age of Love” Album

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