Unveiling The 10 Best WWE Entrance Themes of All Time

The Undertaker makes his entrance at Wrestlemania 33

In the world of professional wrestling, an iconic entrance theme can make or break a WWE Superstar’s image.

From the electrifying beats to the spine-chilling melodies, these themes have the power to captivate audiences and create an unforgettable atmosphere. Join us as we delve into the world of sports entertainment and reveal the 10 best entrance themes of all time.

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin – I Won’t Do What You Tell Me:

Also widely referred to as “Glass Shatters”, no entrance theme list would be complete without mentioning “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s explosive anthem. As the sound of shattering glass echoes throughout the arena, fans erupt with excitement, ready to witness the Texas Rattlesnake’s legendary antics.

The Undertaker – Rest In Peace:

The eerie and hauntingly beautiful “Rest In Peace” theme has become synonymous with The Undertaker. The slow, chilling tones and ominous bell tolls send shivers down the spines of both wrestlers and fans alike as soon as the gong hits, setting the stage for The Deadman’s awe-inspiring presence.

Triple H – The Game:

Triple H’s “The Game” perfectly encapsulates the dominant aura of this wrestling legend. With Motorhead’s heavy guitar riffs and Lemmy’s powerful lyrics, it signifies the arrival of the Cerebral Assassin, ready to conquer his opponents and claim his throne.

John Cena – The Time is Now:

Known for his charismatic personality, John Cena’s entrance theme, “The Time is Now,” is a hip-hop anthem that instantly gets the crowd on their feet. The energetic beats, melody, and catchy lyrics have become synonymous with the 16-time world champion’s never-give-up mentality.

“Macho Man” Randy Savage – Pomp and Circumstance:

“Pomp and Circumstance” is a classic entrance theme that perfectly suited the flamboyant and charismatic “Macho Man” Randy Savage. The iconic opening bars immediately transport fans back to the golden era of wrestling, where larger-than-life characters ruled the ring.

Shawn Michaels – Sexy Boy:

Shawn Michaels‘ “Sexy Boy” entrance theme perfectly captures his arrogant yet charming persona. The catchy melody and playful lyrics add to the Heartbreak Kid’s undeniable charisma, making it one of the most beloved themes in wrestling history.

D-Generation X – Are You Ready?:

D-Generation X’s rebellious anthem, “Are You Ready?” became a rallying cry for a generation of wrestling fans. The fusion of rock and rap and the infamous “Suck It” catchphrase made this theme a symbol of non-conformity and rebellion.

“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair – Also Sprach Zarathustra:

Ric Flair’s entrance theme, “Also Sprach Zarathustra,” is a grandiose composition that perfectly matches the Nature Boy’s larger-than-life personality. The triumphant horns and orchestral arrangement create an atmosphere of prestige and championship glory. This was also the theme for the 1968 movie “2001: A Space Odyssey”.

The Rock – Electrifying:

“IF YA SMELL!” – The Rock’s “Electrifying” theme is as charismatic as the man himself. With its catchy guitar riffs and electrifying energy, this entrance theme perfectly captures the People’s Champion’s magnetic personality and ability to command the crowd’s attention. When his theme hits, the crowd certainly know what’s cooking.

Hulk Hogan – Real American:

No list of iconic entrance themes would be complete without Hulk Hogan’s “Real American.” This patriotic anthem became a rallying cry for fans across the globe, symbolizing the power of Hulkamania, vitamins, prayers, and the values of the red, white, and blue.