WWE legend Triple H has been fortunate enough throughout his career to have great entrance music. Not only are the songs great, but the intros to the songs give the fans an immediate sign that he is coming.
Whether he walked out to the vocals of Lemmy Kilmister from Motorhead or Chris Warren, Triple H always had the great cool songs of the WWE.
Here is a power ranking of his five best entrance songs.
King of Kings was used by Triple H starting in 2006. It was usually used as a prelude or for promos, so it was not a song that was heard very often.
It is one of the three songs that Motorhead provided for Triple H or a group that Triple H was in. The guitar and bass riffs in the song are fantastic, as are the lyrics howled by Lemmy Kilmister.
Used during his time in the stable Evolution, this is another instance of a great wrestling song composed by Motorhead.
This song has the feel of a heel faction, which Evolution was considered as for most of its run. The lyrics are masterful, and the instrumental makes the song as good as it could possibly be.
Used during his runs in DX, "Break It Down" will go down in history as one of the best, most recognizable entrance themes for any stable in wrestling.
The song really has an "Attitude Era" feel to it. It symbolizes the anti-establishment thoughts that DX generated and portrayed on audiences.
Seeing DX at Raw 1000 was a site for sore eyes, and hearing this song really brought many people back.
Probably the forgotten of the bunch and one of the most underrated entrance songs of all time, "My Time" is another one of those "Attitude Era"-sounding songs.
Chris Warren did a lot of work with the WWE, including the vocals that he did for the DX theme song. His voice was unique and made the songs that he provided the WWE quite listenable.
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The most recognizable of all of Triple H's songs is definitely "The Game" by—you guessed it—Motorhead. Not only is it the most recognizable since he has used it for so long, it is a fantastic song.
The distorted guitars and pace of the song in general make it perfect for Triple H. He is "The Cerebral Assassin," and this song really gets into your head.