WWE Music: 7 Songs the WWE Should Use

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WWE Music: 7 Songs the WWE Should Use

Music is absolutely important to a WWE Superstar/Diva, as the music they choose helps define their character. When they walk out from the Gorilla Position and make their way to the ring, their entrance music must give a certain effect, such as pumping up the crowd with Triple H's "The Game" by Motorhead or giving a creepy vibe like The Undertaker's "Rest in Peace" by Jim Johnston.

The song a wrestler uses could either make or break him. Everyone remembers Austin's "I Won't Do What You Tell Me" by Jim Johnston as the breaking glass means we all know we are in for a wild time. But no one remembers "The Real Deal" by Jim Johnston that D'Lo Brown used.

No matter what genre they use, they should avoid songs that sound like every other song in their respective genre. Also, avoiding songs that are bland and boring is just common sense. 

So I took it upon myself to pick seven songs that would perfectly fit a current wrestler on the roster and explain my reasoning for selecting that song. You might disagree with me, as I listen to everything and consider Trace Adkins, Lady Gaga and Eminem as my favorite music artists.

I'll attempt to be reasonable with my choices.

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