WWE Music: 10 Great Entrance Songs Not Composed by Jim Johnston

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WWE Music: 10 Great Entrance Songs Not Composed by Jim Johnston
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WWE and music are synonymous.  It would be impossible to think of your favorite wrestler coming to the ring and not having their signature song in the background. 

A big part of this concept came from Jim Johnston, an ingenious composer who has been writing music for more than a quarter of a century for WWE.  Non-wrestling fans may not know his name, but those of us with an ear for a melody know that The Undertaker's and Steve Austin's themes belong up there with the classical works of Beethoven and Mozart as well as Hollywood legends like John Williams and Jerry Goldsmith. 

In the past, though, WWE has brought in outside music to use for entrance songs, and I would like to highlight a collection of 10 awesome choices they made.  These are not all of them, and they aren't even necessarily "the best."  For me, these songs simply made enough of an impression for me to remember them.  I'm going to list them in chronological order pertaining to when somebody first used their respective song.

Let's get to it!

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