You can’t have pro wrestling without the show. And the show starts when the competitors enter the arena.
In golf, they may walk to the tee; in baseball they stride to the plate. In wrestling, the participants don’t just enter—they make an entrance.
The outfit, the entourage and obviously the song. The fans know once they hear the opening beats which of their favorite—or least favorite—is coming out to the stage. And it’s often electric.
In the history of pro wrestling, which solo act or tag team has the best entrance song?
Is John Cena top of the charts? What about Kofi Kingston? Steve Austin often wore a leather vest, and he was still rocking the crowd. What about the Million Dollar Man? Hulk belongs, but "Macho Man" Randy Savage was no slouch.
We’ve compiled the best entrance songs in the history of pro wrestling. These songs personified the attitude, the energy and swagger of one individual or team. Who belongs at No. 1?
Who should have made this list? Sit back, put the headphones on at work and get ready to be entertained. Oooooy, yeah!