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What is Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett’s walk out song for UFC fights?

Paddy Pimblett arguably has one of the best walkouts on the UFC roster, but what is the song that “The Baddy” uses? UFC London is…

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Paddy Pimblett arguably has one of the best walkouts on the UFC roster, but what is the song that “The Baddy” uses?

UFC London is shaping up to be one of the best events of the entire MMA year and with a card stacked with British talent, it’s safe to say that fans in attendance at the O2 will have a night to remember.

Heavyweight’s Tom Aspinall and Curtis Blaydes headline, but the vast majority of fans know who the ‘people’s main event’ is…Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt.

Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett has become a viral sensation around the world since signing with the UFC last year.

Aside from the haircut and accent, one of Pimblett’s most iconic features is his iconic walk out song, but what is the title of the track and where can fans listen to it online?

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What is Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett’s walk out song?

Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett’s iconic walk out song is a remix of Tiësto’s Lethal Industry, Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Heads Will Roll and Basement Jaxx’s Where’s Your Head At.

However, it should be noted that the walk out song actually uses several remixes in itself; Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano’s remix of Lethal Industry and A-Trak’s remix of Heads Will Roll (featured on the Project X movie soundtrack).

Sadly, the official mix that Paddy uses is not available on Spotify, but you can always add the individual songs from the walk out to your playlist:

Tiësto – Lethal IndustryYeah Yeah Yeah – Heads Will RollBasement Jaxx – Where’s Your Head At

There are also plenty of versions of Pimblett’s infamous remix available on YouTube, including Pimblett’s full walk out at Cage Warriors 96 and UFC London.

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Another special night at the O2 arena awaits

The UFC returned to London earlier in 2022 after an exhausting three years away from the English capital because of the coronavirus pandemic and the fans certainly made up for that lost time.

From the very first fight of the night, a round one submission win by Muhammed Mokaev, the crowd were electric and as the card continues, the atmosphere built and built. A few hours later and the O2 was rocking, culminating in arguably one of the best cards of 2022.

Now, several months later, tonight’s UFC London: Aspinall vs Blaydes card is looking to emulate the incredible scenes we witnessed back in March. Six fighters from that event feature on tonight’s event: Tom Aspinall, Paddy Pimblett, Molly McCann, Paul Craig, Jai Herbert and Muhammed Mokaev.

Even if the card is half as incredible as the last UFC London showing, fans are in for an absolute treat with the prelims set to kick off at 12 PM ET/5 PM BST.

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IT’S FIGHT DAY We’re in for something special tonight #UFCLondon | BT Sport 1 HD, 6pm pic.twitter.com/jJtNq6yrEQ— #UFCLondon on BT Sport (@btsportufc) July 23, 2022

Where are the UK-based UFC London fighters originally from?

One half of the main event of UFC London, the UK’s Tom Aspinall is from Atherton, Greater Manchester and fights out of Liverpool, England.

Both Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett and “Meatball” Molly McCann are from and fight out of Liverpool, England.

Paul “Bearjew” Craig is from Airdrie and fights out of Coatbridge, Scotland.

Mason “The Dragon” Jones is from and fights out of Blaenavon, Wales.

Marc “Bonecrusher” Diakiese is from Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo and fights out of Doncaster, England.

Nathaniel “The Prospect” Wood is from and fights out of London, England.

Muhammed “The Punisher” Mokaev is from Buynaksk, Dagestan and fights out of Manchester, England.

Jai “The Black Country Banger” is from and fights out of Wolverhampton, England.

By Tom Llewellyn – tom.llewellyn@grv.media
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