“The Underground King” Eddie Alvarez believes that the impressive background music each time he steps out of the arena to enter the ring is one of the things that makes a fighter’s identity.
If you are an MMA fan, everyone will notice that every time a boxer enters the stage, there is always a piece of music playing, both to introduce the warrior and to enhance the atmosphere for the audience. and our fighters.
Eddie Alvarez is an American MMA fighter who has participated in hundreds of matches and won four featherweight championships at major tournaments, including ONE Championship – the largest mixed martial arts tournament on the planet today. Accompanying with the back of the instrument throughout the journey can not fail to mention music.
Eddie Alvarez pays special attention to the pitch and always hopes he can appear with the most magnificent music. “I think the most important thing about a pitch song is the music,” said 36-year-old MMA legend.
Following him throughout his massive career, the American boxers’ title songs have become the clearest mirror of his life and historical career.
For most of his life, he always waved to the audience with Puff Daddy’s famous song “Victory” with The Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes. This classic hip-hop version is still popular at many sporting events around the world, and it has always been associated with the name “The Underground King” since its release in March 1998.
As a rap and hip-hop enthusiast, he has a strong desire to conquer, so as soon as this song was born, Alvarez immediately fell in love. Since high school, Alvarez has often heard “Victory” before wrestling competitions at school.
Continuing the martial arts journey throughout high school, “Victory” continued to accompany Alvarez in the professional MMA journey as an adult. For the “Underworld King”, not only the strong beat of the song stimulates his spirit, but its words are also the motivation to help him compete more energetically.