Michael Chandler had unarguably one of the best debuts in the history of UFC as he knocked out Dan Hooker in the first round of UFC 257. However, Chandler’s next two fights didn’t go as per his expectations as he fell short against both Charles Oliveira and Justin Gaethje.
Despite suffering two back to back losses, The Iron’s fan following has not taken any hit as he has highly entertained the fans with his fearless approach and striking skills. A great example is his last fight against Gaethje where the two lightweights traded blows until the last second of the fight.
What was more impressive is the fact that both Gaethje and Chandler were not ready to take a step back despite absorbing a lot of damage. It is needless to say that he will try to keep the audiences on their feet as he returns inside the octagon this weekend to take on former interim champion Tony Ferguson in a three-round bout at UFC 274.
Ahead of this highly anticipated matchup, let us shift the topic from his UFC journey and take a look at his walkout songs.
‘Paid My Dues’ and ‘The Search’ by NF – Walkout Song of Michael Chandler
Michael Chandler has walked out to the fusion of ‘Paid My Dues’ and ‘The Search’ by NF for all three of his fights in the UFC. His walkout starts with him holding the US flag on his back and bouncing around as the popular rap song ‘The Search’ plays in the background.
Every time Chandler makes his way to the octagon, the entire crowd goes berserk as his energy level and the lyrics of the song ‘The Search’ go hand in hand. So it is needless to say that fans who will be present in the Footprint Arena in Phoenix Arizona on May 7th would expect The Iron to use the same walkout song for his upcoming fight against Tony Ferguson.
Do let us know in the comments section if you think Chandler will walkout to a different song at UFC 274.