When a fighter chooses a song to cross, he or she chooses it for a reason. This is the last thing they want to hear in order to mentally prepare for battle. Some may say that this is vital before entering the cage to get a blow to the face.
Can you imagine what he could do to a fighter if a different song was played by mistake?
This apparently happened on Saturday night at UFC 255, where Mike Perry came out to … drum, please … “Halo” from Beyonce. Perry looked as surprised as hell, but he kept running and singing about perhaps the funniest moment of a UFC event this year.
See this (via Twitter):
The wrong song sounded when Mike Perry came out, but he was still singing 😂
“Is this harnessing Halo? … Wrong song, but I would choose this s …”; # UFC255 pic.twitter.com/kjO6oDXBC1
– ESPN (@espn) 22 November 2020
We’re not sure what Perry’s song was supposed to be like, and unfortunately Beyoncé’s beautiful voice didn’t help. Perry was defeated by Tim Mines in their fight at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, losing a unanimous decision 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28.
If you want to stand out “Halo”, take:
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