It's SIMILAR to a dirge written by Chopin (third movement of Sonata number 2), but it's in a different pitch and has slight variations here and there. I don't think it's an exact performance of any classical piece.
(For those unfamiliar, it's a commonly heard dirge and has been used at almost every state funeral...hard for a non-musical person to describe here, but it's used a ridiculous amount and is the standard song played in cartoons when it looks like someone died.)
"Teacher says every time William Regal refers to someone as 'sunshine,' an angel gets its wings!"
Every time I hear him speak (or a recap of him speaking, in this case), I gain more respect for Mick Foley. I didn't think he had heard Hogan's comments before the show, given the somewhat obscure nature of Off The Record.