There has been so much legendary WWE entrance music - Hulk Hogan's "Real American," Shawn Michaels' "Sexy Boy," John Cena's "My Time is Now," David Flair's theme...
We're not sure what Ric's looking so disappointed about. It's a belter.
Most of the time, WWE fans can attribute one specific entrance theme to a wrestler, even though wrestlers often change their entrance music several times throughout their career. For example, this is the song most people attribute to Mick Foley, even though he used to come out to this arguably greater one for the first few years of his WWE stint. If a wrestler has had multiple theme songs over the years, it can be easy to forget about some of the ditties they used to walk out to.
Of course, this doesn't mean that these themes are bad - it simply means that the person in question either didn't have it for a long enough time for it to stick in people's minds, or that it just didn't stack up when compared with their other entrance songs.
Here are a few of those songs that got lost in the shuffle...
10. The Undertaker's Big Evil Theme
Everyone remembers The Undertaker's Ruthless Agression Era theme,"You're Gonna Pay". What a lot of people forget, however, is that Big Evil used what was essentially a karaoke track of that song for a few months beforehand.
The song, titled "Dead Man," was the exact same instrumentation of "You're Gonna Pay," only with added electric guitar solos. Taker debuted the theme in May of 2002 and used it throughout his two-month Undisputed Championship reign before finally adding lyrics to it in September of that year.
Seeing as he used this instrumental version during his run at the top, it's surprising that this theme is so often forgotten among 'Taker's other more famous entrance songs.