Nick Diaz is one of the most exciting fighters in the history of UFC. The former UFC welterweight contender is loved by fans all around the world. Known for his flamboyant style of fighting and trash-talking skills, Diablo has defeated great fighters like BJ Penn, Frank Shamrock, Robbie Lawler and several others in his career.
Consequently, the former Strikeforce champion is all ready to make his much-anticipated return in the UFC after six years in a rematch against Robbie Lawler. Despite being at the twilight stages of his career, all fight fans have high expectations from the Stockton fighter. Moving away from his upcoming fight, let’s take a look at the song that Nick Diaz uses as his walkout theme.
Signature Walkout Song of Nick Diaz – Feticeira by Deftones
Nick Diaz is a big fan of California based metal music band called Deftones. As a result, the former UFC welterweight contender walks out the songs by Deftones in most of his fights. He has used this song Feticeira by Deftones as his entrance song for several fights in his UFC career.
For instance, the UFC welterweight fighter has walked out to this song for his title fight against Carlos Condit, BJ Penn, Anderson Silva and many others.
The metal band released this song in the 2000s and it was in their album ‘White Pony’. Thereafter this song achieved great success commercially and helped the band gain recognition worldwide. Moreover, this album sold 1.3 million copies and also earned a grammy. The Stockton born fighter has always remained loyal to his favourite metal band since making his debut in the promotion.
So when this song Feteicera plays, fight fans quickly associate it with Nick Diaz because he made this song his own. As a result, fight fans across the globe can expect Diablo to walk out to this song for his rematch against Robbie Lawler at UFC 266. Moreover, fans sitting at the T-Mobile Arena will be buzzing when Diaz makes his walk to the octagon.
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