WWE: The 5 Best and Worst Current WWE Theme Song Intros

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WWE: The 5 Best and Worst Current WWE Theme Song Intros
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#GreatestSongIntrosEver is currently trending on Twitter, and the WWE has shared some of its picks.

So far, WWE has mentioned DX's theme intro, "Are You Ready?" The Rock's theme intro, "If Ya Smell What The Rock Is Cookin'" and Chris Jericho's theme intro, "Break the Walls Down!"

Song intros (WWE or not) are important. Does Survivor's "Eye of The Tiger" pump you up? If it does, imagine listening to it without the intro. It's not as spectacular without the intro, is it?

In his article, "Good Lord! That's His Music!" Bill Simmons wrote (regarding WWE theme music),

Just from hearing the first 1.75 seconds of the song, the crowd needs to realize instantly who's emerging from backstage—you need a recognizable hook at the top, whether it's the sound of glass shattering, a peculiar guitar riff, a bloodcurdling scream, a motorcycle revving, a gong, a crazed laugh, a quick catch phrase or whatever. 

With that said, let's take a look at five of the best current theme song intros as well as five of the worst current theme song intros.

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