Paddy Pimblett is very confident ahead of his first UFC pay-per-view bout this Saturday night at UFC 282. Check out his walkout song.
Paddy Pimblett : Walkout song | next fight | Did win
Pimblett is an English professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the Lightweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
|Born||3 January 1995|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (178 cm)|
|Weight||155 lb (70 kg; 11 st 1 lb)|
|Reach||73 in (185 cm)|
A professional since 2012, Pimblett is a former Cage Warriors Featherweight Champion.
Pimblett made his debut in 2012, aged 17, racking up a 3–0 record before signing with Cage Warriors a year later.
In 2016, he claimed the Cage Warriors featherweight championship, beating Johnny Frachey at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, and defended it once against Julian Erosa, winning a highly controversial unanimous decision.
In April 2017, Pimblett lost it against Nad Narimani and moved up to lightweight.
After a win, he challenged for the Cage Warriors lightweight championship, losing by unanimous decision to Søren Bak.
Paddy Pimblett Walkout song
After another thrilling Paddy Pimblett entrance, many fans have been left wondering what song the Englishman used during his walkout at UFC London.
The song is a mixture of Lethal Industry by Tiësto and Heads Will Roll by Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
The remix has been used by Paddy Pimblett for a while now and never fails to get the Scouser’s fans excited during his entrances.
At the O2 Arena last weekend, ‘The Baddy’ once again walked out to the remix, which was accompanied by chants of “Ohh Paddy, The Baddy” before the Liverpool-based fighter emerged from backstage.
However, the young UFC fighter didn’t let the crowd distract him from the opponent he had waiting for him in the octagon, Jordan Leavitt.
The American proved to be a tricky customer in the first round, relying on his grappling skills to make the bout an ugly affair in the first five minutes.
But in round two, Paddy Pimblett eventually showed his class and managed to sneak in a submission that ended the fight quickly. But As promised, the Englishman “teabagged” Leavitt after beating “The Monkey King.”
Paddy Pimblett next fight
This post will cover the 155-pound bout between Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett and Jared “Flash” Gordon.
Pimblett is currently on a hot streak, and has finished his last five foes before ever reaching the final round.
Paddy brings a lot of hype with him, and a lot of eyeballs, but it will be his heart and skills that he must lean on tonight.
As for Gordon, he may not be coming off of the heals of consecutive wins, but he has won four of his last five.
He also isn’t known for that one-hitter quitter on the feet, but Gordon is always game and is historically someone you have to finish in order to beat.
The early prelims begin at 6:00pm ET/3:00pm, PT, immediately followed by the regular preliminary card.
Also both broadcasts can be streamed on ESPN+. The PPV main card is slated for 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT, and can be purchased on ESPN+.
Paddy Pimblett is very confident ahead of his first UFC pay-per-view bout this Saturday night at UFC 282.
Paddy Pimblett joined the UFC 282 Weigh-In Show, where he spoke with the panel about his upcoming fight and his confidence ahead of his lightweight bout with Jared Gordon.
During the conversation, he mentioned that he doesn’t feel any pressure heading into his fights, saying:
“I don’t feel pressure, lad. If you feel pressure, you’re in the wrong sport…This is what I’m meant to do, I’m meant to do this…The only time maybe you get a few butterflies is when you to another gym to spar cause you don’t know if they’re going to try and take your head off or if they’re going to be nice.”
‘The Baddy’ also added that he might get a little nervous backstage, but once his walkout music hits the speakers and it’s time to make the walk to the octagon, that feeling goes away, saying:
“You get a little few little butterflies before the song comes on standing there but when that song comes on, lad, that’s it. But my walkout song comes on, I’m at home like this is where I’m meant to be. I don’t feel more comfortable anywhere else than walking out to that cage.”
Also Pimblett will be looking to continue his momentum in the UFC and put on an impressive performance that moves him into the UFC lightweight rankings.
‘Flash’ is the toughest test of his career as he’s an experienced fighter who has competed in the promotion since 2017.