Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by WAR01, Nov 17, 2020.
Mine would be “What is love”
You know “Baby don’t hurt me,don’t hurt me ...no more”
Everyday all day.
The sound of silence?
Don't need any. Means nothing.
I was thinking this, too. Walkout music is a relatively recent gimmick, though it could be argued that it's a 40+ year old tradition. Still, relatively recent in the grand history of the fight game.
Green onions by Booker T and the M.G.S
Not sure what mine would be but I always loved how Hopkins would come out to It's a man's world by James Brown.
The song seemed to have special meaning to an ex con that came up the hard way in this sport. The guy took a lot of pride in his true toughness.
The entire shrek sound track
Eazy E "No more questions"
Rolling Stones - Give me shelter
I would have gone for Clannad's ' Theme From Harry's Game '. I always loved Leicester Flyweight walking out to Otis Reeding's ' Try a Little Tenderness '.
Eminem's Till I collapse. Yes, banal, but as it is