(José Youngs/The MMA Corner)The Best Entrance Songs in the UFC The MMA Corner Staff May 7, 2021 News Yes, they might be good UFC fighters out there but come to think of it, a good fighting attitude is made possible by a good song. Even when you play top rated online casino games, you need great music to support the game. This is why we have decided to dedicate this post to the best entrance songs in the UFC. 1. “Bro Hymn” by Pennywise Yes, some might say that it is not the best song there is, but take note that it is the beat when it comes to punk songs. It is a 90’s special that has a good punch on the dance floor. 2. “300 Violin Orchestra” by Jorge Quintero It is used by two fighters (Vitor Belfort and Erick Silva) at the same time. It is pretty funny that these fighters will have to come out while they respond to the same song. It’s almost the case that fighters try to have different songs but in this case, we have two fighters using the same song. We have also noticed that this song is quite popular in Brazil with many Brazilian fighters choosing to use it as their entrance song. Many Australian casinos love to play Jorge Quintero’s songs. 3. “Ratamahatta” by Sepultura Used by the heavy puncher Thiago Silva, this is a song that has some punchy guitar edges and some fantastic chants that have received much adore from fighters. For Silva, it is the best way to get to the Octagon which is fantastic. 4. “I’d Love to Knock the Hell out of You” by Hank Williams, Jr. Used by Matt Brown, it is a song that has the best entrance vibe. It surely sets the mood with its fantastic and simple illustrations. How does it seem when it is being played? Well, it is actually a boot-stomping brawler who is walking out to a boot-stomping country classic, no-nonsense someone who takes no nonsense from anyone. Perfectly appropriate!