Entrance music is one of the most important weapons in the arsenal of any professional wrestler - and yet it is often overlooked by fans.
Apart from anything else, this is testament to the incredible work of the recently (and inexplicably) released Jim Johnston, who worked as WWE's chief composer for more than three decades.
Walk-out themes in today's era are so well-produced that there are at least half a dozen tracks that you could proudly listen to while riding the train...with earphones in, obviously, and the volume turned all the way down too, just to be on the safe side.
As a result, we also don't see wrestlers change their themes too often anymore. Matt Hardy's switch this week to Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata (precipitated by the debut of the Woken Matt gimmick) was one of the first prominent examples in a while, excluding minor tweaks like "BURN IT DOWN!".
Going further back through history, however, it seems that some of the biggest stars to have ever performed for WWE had to go through multiple tracks before they found one that really captured their essence.