We as members of the WWE Universe are often hypnotized by a wrestler way before he or she ever steps foot into the ring or utters one word on the microphone. It all starts with the music.
WWE entrance music can jack us up, if done right.
Imagine if wrestlers walked down to the ring with no music and just a simple introduction instead. It wouldn't be nearly as electrifying.
It's the music that hooks us from the start.
WWE should know this and likely tries to utilize this knowledge by pairing each Superstar with the "perfect" entrance theme. For certain Superstars, music begins a celebration of cheers. Other men and women have themes that immediately strike a certain sense of fear.
Then there's the in-betweeners.
Their music doesn't do much at all for us. Instead it has a reverse effect and sets a wrestler up for failure and a plethora of boos from the get-go.
Simply put, it falls flat.
So who among the Superstars receives A+ grades for shooting adrenaline into our bodies through the eardrums, and who deserves an F?