Ready to get pumped? This is a list of the coolest entrance themes for WWE wrestlers and superstars. A big part of being a successful sports entertainer is whipping the crowd up before a fight, and nothing accomplishes this better than choosing a pounding, fist-pumping, aggressive song with which to enter the arena. A good entrance theme also helps to define a wrestler's persona and personality, and over time will become very tied to that wrestler in the minds of fans. (Consider the popular musical theme that accompanied the Honky Tonk Man, and the familiar dance that became his trademark.)
This list collects the most appropriate, memorable and catchy WWE entrance songs of all time. Vote for the wrestler whose intro song was the best, and if your favorite WWE theme music isn't on the list, go ahead and add your own to the list so you can move it to the top!What are the best WWE entrance songs? Take a look at this WWE theme songs list and find out.
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