An intimidating woman
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Let's start this off with a bang and one of the most intimidating and best overall entrance songs in history.In addition, a note of respect and farewell to Nick "The Ninja of Love" Denis, the hard-hitting Canadian who unexpectedly retired yesterday at age 29.
I don't want to give anything away, but those tales I mentioned? The part that makes the song truly intimidating is the woman singing in the chorus: "out in the streets, they call it murrrrr-derrrrrrr." No question this song is made more intimidating by the man using it, but this dark and brooding beat would instill fear if Christian Morecraft used it. The tribal chants at the beginning and the blast beats in the middle both work well with Thiago Silva's savagery in the cage.
Al Kapone (not to be confused with Capone of New York duo Capone-N-Noreaga) is an influential but relatively little-known emcee who shares Quinton Jackson's hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. 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.
If you like Three 6 Mafia, you owe a debt to Al Kapone. This one's more like a collection of sound effects than an actual song. This desolate Russian folk dirge was the perfect complement.
This track is the perfect backdrop for one of MMA's signature walkouts. But when the jackboots, attack dogs and mental-hospital escape sirens finally give way to the music, it's still pretty darn raw. I don't see how anyone could just pop this song into their i Pod and enjoy that experience, but hey, it's all subjective at the end of the day. Surrounded by the Pride pyrotechnics and screaming Japanese legions, Fedor was the calm in the middle of the storm and the storm itself.
Like Jon Fitch himself, this walkout song proves you don't have to be loud and wild to scare the beejezus out of someone. Regardless, the intimidation in these three-and-a-half minutes is a simple, objective fact.
The song rumbles along like an old man rising up out of his chair and slowly reaching for the axe resting in the wall sconce. It's no mystery why DMX is one of the more popular choices for walkout songs.
The gravel-throated rapper is at his menacing best on this intro to the album of the same name.
Fitting, then, that it accompanied Chuck Liddell to the cage when the man himself was also at his menacing best.
With the possible exception of Wanderlei Silva's "Sandstorm," I'm not sure any song is more closely associated with a fighter than this song is with welterweight legend Matt Hughes.
Definition and Elements of the Crime Discouraging a witness or victim from reporting a crime or from testifying about a crime is itself a serious criminal offense under California Penal Code Section 136.1 PC.
In order to prove an allegation of Intimidating a Witness or Victim, a prosecutor must be able to establish the following elements: Someone is a victim if there is reason to believe that a federal or state crime was committed or was attempted against him or her.
It does not matter if the defendant was successful in preventing or discouraging the victim or witness, the attempt to intimidate the victim or witness is enough for the defendant to be held criminally liable under Penal Code 136.1 PC.