Courtesy of ‘Shazam’ and a few messages here and there, we bring you every fighters walkout music from BKB Lockdown 2.
Toby Bindon Def. Joey Vaughan (First Round TKO)
Toby Bindon: “Wardog” by Kali Vibz (feat. Chatta & Riffree)
Walkout rating: Representing the underground scene, 7/10.
Joey Vaughan: “Mozambique” by Ghetts (feat. Jaykae & Moonchild Sanelly)
Walkout rating: Dirtier than the air in Canning Town, 9/10.
Carl Hobley Def. Rob Cunningham (Unanimous Decision)
Carl Hobley: “Wiley Flow (Remix)” by Kak Hatt
Walkout rating: Made me want to clean my ears out with hydrofluoric acid so I could unhear it, 3/10.
Rob Cunningham: “Zombie” by Bad Wolves
Walkout tune: Hard track, 8/10.
Dorian Darch Def. Mason Shaw (Second Round TKO)
Dorian Darch: “The Business” by Tiësto
Walkout tune: I like the way Dorian co-ordinated his walkout tune with the MC’s catchphrase, 7/10.
Mason Shaw: “Greatness” by Masicka
Walkout rating: Made me want to grow out some dreads, 9/10.
Jonny Lawson Def. Chas Symonds (Majority Decision)
Chas Symonds: “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now” by McFadden & Whitehead
Walkout rating: A walkout tune groovy enough to befit Chas’ weigh-in attire, 7/10.
Jonny Lawson: “Immortalized” by Disturbed
Walkout rating: A-tier Disturbed anthem, 9/10.
Nathan Decastro Def. Conan Barbaru (Majority Decision)
Nathan Decastro: Custom walkout track consisting of “Things Can Only Get Better” by D-Ream and “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes
Walkout rating: Got to respect the creativity, 7/10.
Conan Barbaru: “Hello Zepp” Charlie Clouser
Walkout rating: Only a serial killer would walkout to a Saw theme tune, 10/10.
Daniel Podmore Def. Charlie Milner (Fourth Round KO) Retains British Heavyweight Title
Charlie Milner: “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton
Walkout rating: Biggest troll in BKB, 4/10.
Daniel Podmore: “Jungle” by Professor Green (feat. Maverick Sabre)
Walkout rating: Gorilla mentality, 8/10.
Barrie Jones Def. Paul Hilz (First Round KO) New British Lightweight Champion
Paul Hilz: “Back in Blood Freestyle” by Tiny Boost
Walkout rating: War ready, 9/10.
Barrie Jones: “Hells Bells” by AC/DC
Walkout rating: A slow-burning walkout track to coincide with his internet connection, 6/10.
Antony Holmes Def. Ryan Barrett (Unanimous Decision) Retains British Super Middleweight Title
Ryan Barrett: “The Taste Of Ink” by The Used
Walkout Rating: The mask covered the warface but I can assure it was there, 7/10
Antony Holmes: “Champion” by Tommee Profitt (feat. Nicole Serrano)
Walkout rating: Champion by name, champion by nature, 6/10.
Scott McHugh Def. Nathan Leeson (Unanimous Decision) New British Bantamweight Champion
Scott Mchugh: “‘Till I Collapse” by Eminem
Walkout rating: Disappointed not to hear “Goes On” by Danbo but can’t go wrong with Eminem, 9/10.
Nathan Leeson: “Can’t Be Touched” by Roy Jones Jr. (feat. Mr.Magic & Trouble)
Walkout rating: Stylistic comparisons, I like it, 8/10.
Dan Chapman Def. John Spencer (Second Round TKO) New World Flyweight Champion
Dan Chapman: “Furlough” by Danny Miami
Walkout rating: Talented young artist, respect to Chapman for giving this track a platform, 8/10.
John Spencer: “I’m Shipping Up To Boston” by Dropkick Murphys
Walkout rating: The most Irish song of all time (that is performed by Americans), 7/10.
Connor Tierney Def. James Connelly (Split Decision) New World Lightweight Champion
James Connelly: “Listen Likkle Man” by K Koke
Walkout rating: Subliminal shots fired, 9/10.
Connor Tierney: Custom track consisting of “Clubbed To Death” by Rob Dougan and James Connelly talking over the top “he hasn’t felt the smack”
Walkout rating: No comment, 10/10.
Jimmy Sweeney Def. Russell Pearce (First Round TKO)
Russell Pearce: “Things My Father Said” by Black Stone Cherry
Walkout rating: Emotional walkout for Pearce who buried his father the day before, 8/10.
Jimmy Sweeney: Custom walkout track consisting of “all of the lights” by Kanye West (feat. Rhianna & Kid Cudi) and “450” Bad Boy Chiller Crew
Walkout rating: No divvy’s around here mush, 9/10.
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