Nothing signals an impending wrestling superstar's appearance quite like a WWE theme song. More so than any pyro display, any ringside announcement, or even a superstar's own voice, WWE's signature music is the quickest way to both introduce a talent or event, and to generate a response from the audience.
Not all wrestling music is created equal, however, and even some of the better ones have flown under the radar.
Many theme songs have been integral to the entity's success like John Cena's "My Time Is Now", Ultimate Warrior's "Unstable", or Hulk Hogan's "Real American". But there are several pieces of WWE music that haven't received the respect they deserve, or are too often forgotten about.
As lists regarding the most popular themes go, Triple H's "My Time", Rick Derringer's "Demolition", and Dusty Rhodes' "Common Man Boogie" appear quite often. For that reason, those tracks, though well-liked, would not be considered underrated. The following songs, however, may not have the cult following or even the name recognition of some of the aforementioned themes, but that doesn't make them any less awesome.
In addition, some of these have come to signify WWE special events, not necessarily just superstars.