“When the one great scorer comes to write against your name -
He marks - not that you won or lost - but how you played the game.”
In the aftermath of a major fight card like Saturday's UFC 148, it matters a lot who won or lost. But when the news of the day has been combed through, sometimes there is nothing left to do but mark how they played the song.
“Remember My Name" by Maino
"Iron Man" by Black Sabbath
B+ "If he moves will he fall?" Nope, not once.
“Ready or Not" by The Fugees
A- "I must confess, my destiny's manifest / In some Goretex and sweats I make treks like I'm homeless."
“Memories” by David Guetta
A “I just wanna let it go for the night / That would be the best therapy for me.”
“Logobitombo" by Moussier Tombola
"Bustin’ Loose” by Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers
C Infectious upbeat songs, but fight underwhelmed the audience.
“Country Boy” by Aaron Lewis
A- “And I've said it before but I'll say it again / Cause my family has always fought and died to save this land."
“The Kids Aren’t Alright” by The Offspring
A "What the hell is going on? The cruellest dream - reality."
“Too Legit To Quit" by MC Hammer
B+ "I choose to abuse, misuse and confuse competitors who think they're makin up all the rules." Porps for not coming out to era rap hit "I wish I was a little bit Taller" by Skee-Lo.
Song was by Wu Tang Clan’s RZA, director of the new film “The Man With the Iron Fists,” in which Le stars.
A Cross promotion is the future
"Mosh" by Eminem
A “Now is the final hour" indeed
“Shipping up to Boston” by Dropkick Murphys.
C “Shipping up to Boston” is second only to "Welcome to the Jungle" for overplayed MMA entrance songs.
“Too Much Fun” by Daryle Singletary
A Sonnen's epic months-long trash talk was indeed too much fun.
"Ain’t No Sunshine” by DMX
"But now it's all over / You just one of the many, plenty I done gave it to."
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