The entrance music that a wrestler comes out to can be important.
It is one of the first things some fans think about when it comes to wrestling and can make or break the character, no matter how could they may be.
Over the years, many wrestlers have stuck with one song for the greater part of their career, such as Shawn Michaels or Bret Hart.
Though themes may change a little, the base of the theme song and the story it tells usually remains in tact.
Correct me if I'm wrong, The Undertaker has tweaked his theme over 30 times now. However, when you hear the gong and the lights go out, you know what is about to go down.
Let's look at some themes that some of the WWE stars could've used instead of their past or current theme song.
Maryse is one of the sexiest Divas in WWE history. If it isn't her looks, it is the way the walks to the ring. She's got it going on and she knows it.
She has most guys drooling over her, so I have picked a theme that would fit her perfectly.
The Undertaker, a character that is dark and evil, still has a mystique about him.
A dark and cold theme plays as The Undertaker enters the ring.
A little bit on the lighter side of his current theme, an instrumental of November Rain by Guns N' Roses.
Edge is a fast-paced wrestler and hardly ever slows down.
With his spear that can strike at any moment, he is a force to be reckoned with in WWE.
Could you imagine the man who sings his own theme having a different theme? I can't.
However, if I had to pick a song, this one would work out.
Michelle McCool along with Layla seem to think that the world is watching them at all times.
If their heads were any bigger, they would explode. So, enjoy the "BFFs" theme song.
For the wrestler who never gives up and will do anything to succeed in WWE, Evan Bourne, I have a perfect theme.
Bourne's courage, mixed with his size, show that you can achieve anything that you set your mind to if you want it badly enough.
The "Dashing" one is the new heartbreaker in WWE.
The new Cody Rhodes thinks he is the best looking man in the history of professional wrestling, and he wants to make you believe it.
Here is a fitting theme for him, though his current one, Smoke and Mirrors, is really good.
From the way "The Viper" walks out to the ring, all the way down to his RKO, he can strike at any moment.
His current theme song, "Voices" by Rev Theory, is nearly a perfect fit for him.
However, I have another song that tells the story of how he is obsessed by the WWE Championship and RKO'ing his opponents to where they can't get up.
Once he gets a hold of you, he won't let you go.
John Morrison is a mix of rock and roll and wrestling, with all of the charisma you could imagine.
With his rockstar-like entrance, you go from feeling like you are at a wrestling event, to being at a sold-out concert.
Cmon Baby! The Sexy Beast is back, bay-bay!
Chris Jericho is one of the most decorated wrestlers in the history of the WWE. With his connections to the world of rock and his charisma on the microphone, he is a wrestler who you won't forget.
Chris Jericho has made it to the top of the wrestling world and now we are just begging him to stay around.