Theme music has become an integral part of any wrestling show and WWE is no exception. Over the years the company has created many iconic entrance themes, from Hulk Hogan’s ‘Real American’ to Shawn Michaels’ ‘Sexy Boy’.
In more modern times, Shinsuke Nakamura’s theme hit the number 1 spot on iTunes, while Roman Reigns’ ‘ Head of the Table’ has racked up over 13 million listens on Spotify.
At WWE shows, fans are known to sing along to their favourites, even if there are no lyrics involved, so it’s no wonder that the songs have been covered by bands from around the world.
MayTree recreates iconic WWE Themes including John Cena’s
Recently, they made an appearance on ‘America’s Got Talent’, performing TV themes for the judges to much praise from the judges, even Simon Cowell.
Now, MayTree has turned its attention to WWE, posting a video with impressive versions of Triple H, The Rock, and The Undertaker. They saved the best for last, though, as they gave a pitch-perfect rendition of John Cena’s ‘The Time Is Now’. You can see all of the songs below.
John Cena composed ‘The Time Is Now’ alongside his cousin, Tha Trademarc. It was originally part of the 16-Time World Champion’s debut studio album, ‘You Can’t See Me’ and released in 2005.
John Cena in the news for “refusing to do the job”
John Cena has hit the headlines for less positive reasons this week as AEW star Jake Hager claimed he “refused to do the job” for him when he held the Money in the Bank briefcase back in 2010.
According to Hager, he was meant to cash it in on Cena to capture the WWE Championship, but the Doctor of Thuganomics wouldn’t do it, so he ended up capturing the World Championship from Chris Jericho instead.