Summer is the best time for new music, just ask Jay-Z. Perhaps the music moguls truly believe that Americans have nothing better to do than BBQ and listen to the free version of Spotify. That said, WWE followed suit.
Last week, WWE gave 5 wrestlers new or tweaked theme music. Anything new like this is always fun and when it fills a need (like in Big Cass' case) it's even better.
Despite playing these new tunes in front of arenas full of people and millions (and millions!) watching at home, WWE has yet to acknowledge a single note of the new themes. Maybe they're insecure...
So, we plunged into the Dark Web to find some of these clips. Nonetheless, we found them all - just for you.
When Cass first broke away from Enzo Amore WWE assigned him a song that sounded like a walk through a construction site on acid. Look WWE, we get it, a heel shouldn't have cool music because the whole idea is for us to not like them. But Big Cass' first solo music was not a song - it was just noise. Mercifully WWE changed it.
His new diddy might as well be Stairway to Heaven compared to the collection of metallic sounds he used to rock. We can still boo him too. Now instead of changing the channel when his music hits, we'll have to wait until Enzo Amore hits the ring.
Jason Jordan's theme song is further proof that Kurt Angle is his father - they have some band in their theme songs!
Upon first hearing Jordan's music, it felt like being assaulted by a high school brass section. Is it good? Not exactly. But hey, WWE reserves the right to add some instruments over the next year or so.
While Rollins' music isn't technically new, it's still a change. Instead of revamping his entire song, WWE just dubbed in Luna Vachon screaming "burn it down!"
Will this help Seth get over as a babyface? Maybe not with the Grammy crowd, but hey, wrestling fans my love it.
Now we can sing-a-long with The Usos and their entrance! It looks like we can officially kiss the kid-friendly face painted version of the tag team goodbye as Def Jam Usos are here to stay.
This new version of The Usos has been spectacular. Do not be surprised if they beat the New Day at SummerSlam to regain the SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
Corbin getting brand new music is just the latest sign that WWE is high on him. Needless to say, there was a reason Austin Aeries never got a revamped theme song.
For Corbin, is WWE doing this because we're about to hear his music more than ever? If he is a soon to be a champion, he'll be opening and closing SmackDown on regular basis. With his appearances on the rise, maybe WWE wanted to make sure he had the best music possible. It's hard to tell if this is an improvement from his NXT theme, though.
PS: The beginning of Corbin's music let us know that the choir that sang the Undertaker's more dramatic entrances never left WWE. So there's that.