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And while some of the actual fighters on this list are indeed intimidating themselves, this is not a list of intimidating fighters. So I don't want to hear your complaints about Wanderlei Silva not being on here. This desolate Russian folk dirge was the perfect complement.I realize his song may inspire fear from a simple Pavlovian standpoint, but come on. Surrounded by the Pride pyrotechnics and screaming Japanese legions, Fedor was the calm in the middle of the storm and the storm itself. " chant in New Orleans began in 1983, a craze fueled by a fast start for the Saints that season, a record featuring several Saints and Aaron Neville and a video of the recording of the song made and then broadcast (a lot) by then-WVUE-Channel 8 sports anchor Ron Swoboda. ’ (Our mascot was obviously the Lions.) I can't remember the guy's name, just his accent and it was thick. As a long-time Saints fan, I knew exactly where that chant came from when the Saints started using it.” Letter six: “I am 50 years old and was at the very first game the Saints ever won in 1967. I was also at the games in 1983 when it was a very ferocious Who Dat cheer. The best old style Who Dat chants start from the Terrace level and catch on pretty good. Its history before that may never be definitively decided, but fielding the different theories can be fun. “I suspect that ‘who dat’ is kinda like ‘acts’ for ‘ask’ and ‘save’ for put away, as in, ‘You students save your books now.’ It goes back to the dawn of Cajun creation." Letter three: “I found your ‘who dat’ article very interesting, because I believe that I witnessed its introduction to New Orleans. African American students began using who dat for Tiger Basketball. Shortly thereafter, one of my friends who attended those basketball games, began to go to Saints games. I remember sitting next to him when he would begin cheering. If it had been up to me, the Saints who dat would have withered on the vine. But my friend continued game after game, fueled by alcohol. I'm glad you covered that because there can be no doubt that St. Starting out in 1945 as a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical show tune, 'You'll Never Walk Alone' has become the most famous song in the world of football.The song has been covered by artists including Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Pink Floyd, but it was after Liverpudlian group Gerry and the Pacemakers had a UK number one with the song that it became the official anthem of Liverpool FC.
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It helps your walkout if you're an intimidating fighter.
But you don't have to be intimidating yourself to get the opponents and the crowd shrinking back like violets. These are the 10 most intimidating walkout songs of all time. When he was in the zone and making his way to the combat area, that detached, I-must-do-violence-now gaze into the middle distance was pretty terrifying.
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16, where the heckling allegedly occurred, The Kansas City Star reported.
Here are several e mails I received after my story about "Who dat? Letter one: “Read your article yesterday and didn't realize how far back the ‘Who Dat’ originated. At first people seemed annoyed, then amused, and then; well, you know the rest.