http://youtu.be/otWhY8KGwPQ It's not really fair when a guy picks one of the best and most famous old school rock songs as his entrance music, but Hollywood Hulk Hogan using Voodoo Child by Jimi Hendrix isn't something we can ignore. Hogan's first WCW song was this cheesy track called "American Made" that was WCW's version of his Real American song in WWE. It was one of those uplifting songs that had brutal lyrics and was really annoying to listen to. Once he turned heel in 1996 he had to change it up. When he wasn't using the NWO song, he used Voodoo Child by Jimi Hendrix. It's a classic rock song that most of the fans know because if you've ever turned on a classic rock radio station and listened then you've probably heard it. They did mix in some "new world order" phrases into it too. No idea how much money it cost WCW to use the song as much as it did, but those things don't come cheap. Then again, WCW had no problem spending money either.
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