Michael “Venom” Page Reveals He Planned To Do Even More With Undertaker-Style UFC 299 Entrance

Michael “Venom” Page made a hell of an impact for his debut in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

At the UFC 299: O’Malley vs. Vera II pay-per-view at the Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida this past Saturday night, former Bellator MMA star MVP made his Octagon debut against number 13-ranked UFC welterweight contender Kevin Holland.

For his Octagon entrance, MVP came out to a remix version of theme song for WWE Hall of Fame legend The Undertaker. The song initially started out the same, with “Venom” coming out in a black hood with black and purple lighting, he hit the gong and began a dance.

After picking up a three-round unanimous decision victory, “Venom” Page spoke about his Undertaker entrance at the UFC 299 post-show press conference, and revealed he originally planned to do more with it.

“To be fair, we had quite a bit more,” he revealed. “It would have been even more entertaining.”

He continued, “UFC was like, ‘Calm down, it’s your first one.’ We had to strip it back a little bit. I just like to make it a show. It helps me. It helps me relax when I’m putting on a show. It helps the time fly by and me have the best time ever. When I’m in that mode, I feel I’m the most dangerous.”

Check out the video of Michael “Venom” Page’s Undertaker entrance for his Octagon debut at UFC 299 via the video embedded below courtesy of the official ESPN MMA TikTok channel. If video fails to load, click here.

@espnmma MICHAEL “VENOM” PAGE’S WALKOUT IN HIS #UFC DEBUT ? #UFC299 #MVP #michaelvenompage #mma #venom ♬ original sound – ESPN MMA

(H/T to Fightful.com for transcribing the above quotes.)