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ja c

Since: 9.8.02
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#1 Posted on
We all know how important theme music is in wrestling. With that said what are your faves?
To me, most recently Disturbed did an excellent job on the Austin theme, but I think the themes from the good old days totally blow todays themes out of the water.
Who can forget Demolition's theme which was pure class, Dusty Rhodes' Common Man, Ted Dibiase's Million Dollar Man, Mr.Perfect's and even The Fabulous Rougeaus.
But the best has to be:
I am the Mountie, I'm handsome, I'm brave, I'm strong
I am the Mountie, and I enforce the law
You can try to run, but you can never hide, because the Mountie always gets his maaaan!

Jesse Ventura:"He just hit him with the belt, thats a disqualifaction!, where the hell is the referee?."
Tony Schiavone:"But that's on the outside of the ring Jesse".
Jesse Ventura:"So what?, what are you going to tell me Schiavone, you can shoot somebody outside of the ring, as long as it's outside the ring?, you are even dumber than Monsoon, I thought Gorilla was the stupidest man alive!."
Warrior Rude at SummerSlam '89'
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#2 Posted on
Sabu coming out to the JAWS theme was cool. New Jack playing the entire "Natural Born Killaz" rules. And if you take the entrance as a whole, Booker T. and Goldust both have cool entrances.

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Since: 27.6.02
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#3 Posted on

Goldust is good. Christian is fine. Supreme isn't bad. Undertaker's original music kicked ass, and TAKA's original music ROCKED THE COCK. '80s Hogan in high profile matches was keen for the whole entrance deal.

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Big Brother

Since: 9.12.01
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#4 Posted on
Didn't I already delete this thread once today?

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Since: 12.1.02
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#5 Posted on
I can't believe that four posts into this thread, no one has mentioned Jive Soul Bro yet.
Big John DUD!

Since: 25.3.02

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#6 Posted on
Da Jive Soul Bro
Da Jive Soul Bro
and you always lieing to you friends
Da Jive Soul Bro
Da Jive Soul Bro
and you never get nothing in the end.

The Great Thomas

Since: 17.6.02
From: Miami, Florida

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#7 Posted on
I'm almost ashamed to say this, but I've always been fond of Viscera's theme music. That was one phat beat.

And I just KNOW you're gonna respond with some "fat beat" joke, so forget it!

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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.21
Gangrels entrance was wicked cool!

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Since: 2.1.02
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#9 Posted on
I think I mentioned it in a thread before, but I've always had a good laugh listening to Rikishi's 'I'm a bad man' intro music from his heel run.

Nothing better than lyrics that make it even more obvious.

/Edit: Spelting & Gotten not a word

(edited by Y2Disco on 14.8.02 2254)

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#10 Posted on
HBK's music was always great - both "Sexy Boy" and the original DX theme.

Goldust's music should also get a mention, IMO, but currently, I think Rob Van Dam has the best.

"And in front of the entire world, I want to show my little boy that sometimes - just sometimes, you have to FIGHT to be a man." - Michael S. Hickenbottom, the man who does not take part in angles that conflict with his religion, swearing violent revenge on HHH in full view of his two-year-old son. 11:06 PM, EST. 08/05/02. This angle is sponsered by the book of Joshua.
Mild Mannered Madman

Since: 1.3.02
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#11 Posted on
Best current theme music: Kane (Finger Eleven - Slow Chemical)

Best Classic theme music (WWE): Hulk Hogan (Rick Derringer - Real American)

Best Classic theme music (WCW): The Steiner Bros. circa 1990

Best Classic theme music (ECW): The Sandman (Metallica - Enter Sandman)

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Since: 12.1.02
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.52
Kurt Angle's music is great, particularly the segment right after the segment in which You suck! is traditionally chanted. His entrance is equally awesome, when he raises his arms to the sky and gets the red, white and blue pyro.

Chris Jericho's has always been one of my personal favorites. Entrance and music both. I'm almost ashamed to admit this (almost), but whenever he comes out, I stand up, do his arms pose, and actually sing his theme song.

Ric Flair's entrance and theme song have always been great. Not necessarily because of the entrance itself, but because of the epic music that accompanies the very regal-looking, robe-wearing Flair when he comes out to it. Of course, whenever Flair comes out, I raise the four fingers.

I liked the nWo's entrance when they arrived in the WWF. The whole screen turning black-and-white, with the strobe effects... awesome. Far less potentially seizure-inducing than the DX entrance, but still a really cool individual touch.

I, too, loved Curt Hennig's WWF theme music as Mr. Perfect.

Sting's entrances when he was fighting the nWo in 1997 were, of course, rocking. The nWo would be gang-jumping everybody in sight, and then the crowd would SCREAM as Sting came repelling down from the rafters. I have many fond memories of those times.

I've only seen Rey Mysterio once since his return, but his entrance looked killer. Yay, I get to watch SmackDown! tonight for the second time in a row! WHOOHOO!

Edge's entrance is quite good.

Triple H's is one of the best. And I am ashamed to say this, but I sing his theme music too, just like I do Jericho's.

I can't believe it! I just got pinned by a freaking 12-year-old!--
Kurt Angle talking about Rey Mysterio on WWE SmackDown!, 8/9/02

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Since: 6.7.02
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#13 Posted on
I agree with Gangrel, that must be my all-time favorite.

HHH's current "Time to play the game" also rules, but it's better for a heel than a face.

Other honorable mentions: Legion of Doom, Kane, Booker T, Big Poppa Pump Scott Steiner, Big Boss Man's "Hard time" (that was fuckeeeeeen cool), Nasty Boys.

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Since: 26.6.02
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#14 Posted on
Put me down on the list - Gangrel's theme and entrance were awesome! Other great themes: Kane, Taker's current one, and Austin's Disturbed version.

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Since: 19.7.02
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#15 Posted on
This isn't so tough:

-RAW's 'Thorn in Your Eye' that I miss so much.
-HHH's 'Time to Play the Game' but I liked 'My Time' too.
-Jericho's first version of 'Break the Walls Down'
-Austin's the first 1,000 times.
-DX is timeless...

I just can't believe NO ONE liked "I'm An Ass Man". Shame.
Spaceman Spiff

Since: 2.1.02
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#16 Posted on
--nWo theme
--Hogan's Hendrix theme rules
--Booker has an awesome one
--Chuck & Billy's is also one of my current faves.

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Since: 11.7.02
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#17 Posted on
Speaking of entrances, does anyone remember the preacher type guy who got lowered from the roof on a podium a coupla times. This was back in the pre-Owen-accident days, almost right before it, to the best of my memory. I think he was associated with Kurgan, but I can't remember who he was or what happened to him, and its really bugging me. Anyone know??

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#18 Posted on

    Originally posted by chazerizer
    Speaking of entrances, does anyone remember the preacher type guy who got lowered from the roof on a podium a coupla times. This was back in the pre-Owen-accident days, almost right before it, to the best of my memory. I think he was associated with Kurgan, but I can't remember who he was or what happened to him, and its really bugging me. Anyone know??

If he was associated with Kurrgan, then I'm guessing it was The Jackal.

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#19 Posted on
Flair and the Midnight Express have to be considered best theme music. Honorable mention though goes to Windham and Rotundo back in the Springsteen days of the U.S. Express, before Vince stopped paying money for themes.
Potato korv

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#20 Posted on
Flame me if you will, but my favorite's always been the Corporate Ministry's music. It's just the mix of whoever the pompous ass-sounding singers are, the Ministry-style actual music, and Shane-O's cackling that just creates this uber-pwn theme. Other ones have NO CHANCE IN HELL, AHAHAHAHAHAHA-YEAH!
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