Though nearly half of the fights at UC 145 did not have walk-out music, rap ruled the evening for those whose songs were played. It was rumored that the main speakers were suffering from technical difficulties, hence the lack of much music, but whatever the case, many fighters employed outside-the-box rap to pump them up, rather than the trite, overused songs of past UFCs.
“This Tha City” by Pastor Troy
“We Georgia boy, when we come we come like men."
”Pump It” by the Black Eyed Peas
"We rockin' it (contagious), monkey business (outrageous)/Just confess, your girl admits that we the s---."
"Rockin’ Robin" by Bobby Day
"The wise old owl, the big black crow/Flapping them wings sayin' go bird go."
”Good Ole Boys Like Me” by Don Williams
“But you ain’t afraid if you’re washed in the blood like I was.”
“Invincible” by Machine Gun Kelly, featuring Ester Dean. says it all with the title. Perhaps Thompson “Do or die in my city but clearly I never failed.”
“Rise of the Machines” by Jedi Mind Trick
“I’m the most brutal and most vicious and most ruthless champion there’s ever been.”
“The Devil Went Down To Georgia” by Charlie Daniels
“I’m the best there’s ever been.”
“Let’s Go” by Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker
“Then I gotta do what I be comin’ in to do."
“Bandelero” by Pinchers
“You should never dis the champion.”
“Grew Up a Screw Up” by Ludacris
“When I came into the game, they ain’t do nothing but doubt me/ Now the whole game’s changed and it ain’t nothing without me.”
“The Point Of No Return" by Immortal Technique
“This is the point from which I could never return/ And if I back down then forever I burn.”
“God Gave Me Style” by 50 cent & “The Champ Is Here” by Jadakiss
“Y’all never gonna touch the kid."
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