Long before pesky copyright lawyers were ever paying any attention to the world of professional wrestling, pro wrasslin' superstars used to be able to walk down to the ring to songs that weren't just generic guitar riffs. During the Rock N' Wrestling era, Hulk Hogan often came down to the ring to Survivor's Eye of the Tiger. The Legion of Doom would walk down to Black Sabbath's Iron Man and The Freebirds would even come out to, well, Freebird.
The last time we saw this happen in wrestling was when CM Punk managed to convince the WWE brass to fork out enough money for him walk down to Living Colour's Cult of Personality, which was awesome.
Click through the slides and let us know which songs you'd choose for your favorite superstars!
You think it doesn't hurt Roman Reigns to be showered with boos every night? Because it most certainly does, and while Vince McMahon may not let Roman show his true feelings to the WWE Universe, this Bonnie Raitt song certainly would. Sometimes a three year push just ain't enough. He can't make us love him if we don't.prevnext
There are so many great songs about fire and demons, but only one about burning your own house down, which Kane did, with the Undertaker's parents inside. Also, Corporate Kane strikes me as a guy who would wear an ill-fitting David Byrne suit to work.prevnext
Even if he wasn't the one person on earth with an Offspring tattoo on their shoulder, Self Esteem would still be the absolute perfect entrance music for James Ellsworth. It's quite possible the entire Carmellsworth angle is based on this song.prevnext
While there are many amazing songs about being crazy, Dean Ambrose would definitely have to come out to Red Rider's Lunatic Fringe. Not only is it his nickname, but the only kind of dudes who listened to Red Rider are dudes who walk around in leather jackets, tank tops and dirty jeans.prevnext
Imagine the Heartbreak Kid popping out from behind the curtain when Jimmy Page hits the opening riff of Led Zeppelin's Heartbreaker! Pretty bad ass, but is it strange that I actually prefer Sexy Boy to one of Zeppelin's masterpieces?prevnext
Reach out, touch faith, follow the buzzards. I would even accept the Maryln Manson cover for Bray Wyatt. Depeche Mode's Personal Jesus is not only perfect for Bray, but also for his number one fan base; everyone who works and/or shops at Hot Topic.prevnext
Toby Keith also has a song called The List but it's awful and you can't wear a fashionable scarf while listening to Toby Keith. Plus, Jericho and Darryl Hall look like long lost brothers.prevnext
It feels a bit sexist and degrading to give this Baby Got Back to Naomi, but when your finisher is a jumping but slam what am I supposed to do?prevnext
When John Cena says "You Can't See Me", he's trying to tell us that we can't see the real him; the sensitive soul hiding behind a mass of muscles, wrist bands and denim. Like Aiken, what John Felix Cena is really saying to us all is "If I was invisible. Wait, I already am."prev