Best Wrestling Theme Songs, Top 10 List
The WWE is now known as World Wrestling Entertainment. However, it is formerly known as WWF which stands for World Wrestling Federation. After a legal battle about the WWF known as World Wildlife Foundation, the name had to change. In addition, the WWE became the powerhouse after surpassing and pinning to the mat other companies like WCW known as World Championship Wrestling and also ECW known as Extreme Championship Wrestling.
To date, the WWE only has one well-known competitor – TNA Impact Wrestling. TNA stands for Total Non-Stop Action. The recently formed GFW, Global Force Wrestling is now trying to become a new show for wrestling talent.
Wrestling has been on TV for decades and we want to celebrate the feat by counting down our top 10 wrestling theme songs.
Wrestling Theme Songs
8. Rockhouse – New World Order (NWO)
Performed by Frank Shelly
The NWO featured members Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Syxx, Sting, Hollywood Hulk Hogan and many more through the years 1996-1998.
Other great wrestling theme songs that did not make the top 10:
- Invasion – Bill Goldberg
- Self High Five – Diamond Dallas Page
- No Chance – Vince McMahon
- What a Rush – Legion of Doom
- Hitman – Bret “The Hitman” Hart
- Fangin And Banging – Gangrel
- Burned – Kane
- Voodoo Child – Hollywood Hogan
- Enter Sandman – The Sandman
- Cult of Personality – CM Punk
- Voices – Randy Orton
- It’s All About the Money – “The Million Dollar Man” Ted Dibiase
- What About Me – Raven
- The Chosen One – Jeff Jarrett
- Unstable – Ultimate Warrior
- Break the Walls Down – Chris Jericho
- Perfection – Mr. Perfect
However, Don’t take my word on the subject. The WWE posted their own list of Top 50 Pro Wrestling Theme Songs right on their website in September 2013.
10. Voices – Randy Orton
9. Sexy Boy – Shawn Michaels
8. The Game – Triple H
7. Also Sprach Zatathustra – Ric Flair
6. Electrifying – The Rock
5. Graveyard Symphony – The Undertaker
4. No Chance in Hell – Mr. McMahon
3. Metalingus – Edge
2. Hell Frozen Over – “Stone Cold” Steve Austin
1. Real American – Hulk Hogan