1. Orton 2. Snitsky (is it really music?) 3. Mr. Mac-man 4. Rednex 5. Cripple-H
Worst of all time: hmmm...my vote would have to go to Trish Stratus. That squeaky laugh at the beginning made my ears bleed.
I never liked McMahon's "No Chance" music either... it seems a little too metal & modern for the guy. Something like a revamped, heavier version of Sinatra's "My Way" would work better, methinks...
Best song / entrance of all time? Gotta go with the Road Warriors entering the ring to Black Sabath's "Iron Man." I loved that as a kid -- even though I probably had no clue who Ozzy was at the time, other than a fat guy who allegedly got rabies from biting the head off a bat.
Didn't the Steiner Brothers have a ridiculously bad personalized entrance song in the NWA? I vaguely remember lyrics about the vaunted "Steinerline" but perhaps that was just an adolescent hallucination, or something...
Sadly, it was not an hallucination. And what made it worse was this was right after they had Welcome to the Jungle as their theme. I know the song was mocked, but I would rather they go with Stand Back for Vince over No Chance in Hell. Truthfully, Vince was just being prophetic 2 decades ago when he sang that song. As a pre-emptive strike before the DVD is released in less than 2 weeks: I know we are going to get screwed on most of the music on the World Class DVD, since I can't see them paying for Freebird or Tom Sawyer. However, please let Badstreet USA make the cut. And, I want the Midnight Express theme before their match with the Fantastics.
Hell, it's always a treat to see the old footage. But it seemed the piece couldn't decide what route to take, so it didn't take ANY. As a factually accurate, chronological retelling of the Horsemen story, it failed badly.