In WWE , a Superstar's theme song can often help make or break a career. In the right hands, a theme song can become just as big as the wrestler itself. After all, once fans hear that infamous glass shatter, they know Stone Cold Steve Austin is about to raise hell.
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How many times has your heart dropped when one of your favourite superstars has come through the curtain sporting a new entrance theme that does not fit them in the slightest? Most of the superstars in this list retained their popularity despite the horrendous changes to their music, and some people welcomed the changes. Each slide will contain links to both songs I am referring to—the theme that changed, and the new theme it changed to. I am not a big fan of The Undertaker's biker gimmick as many of you know, but when they changed the rocky, hip Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit themes to "You're Gonna Pay," I really lost interest. It sounds like a country star trying to sing a rock song, and I don't believe it fit The Undertaker in the slightest. A classic theme in Kane 's "Burned" was destroyed when lyrics were added to it. I could understand if he was unmasked at this point because it proved he was human, but when he was a scarred, disfigured, supernatural force, the lyrics destroyed this belief for me. Run-DMC are probably liked by the majority of young people, or should I say the majority of young people at the time they sung the DX song.
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Mick Foley was strange and intriguing. The hardcore wrestler fought under three different personas in the 90s: Dude Love, Cactus Jack, and Mankind. While other wrestlers came out to heavy guitar riffs with pyrotechnics shooting off around them, Mankind awkwardly shuffled his way to the ring with a gently tragic piano playing him in. It was disturbing, unsettling, and perfect. At one point in time, Mark Henry was legitimately the strongest man in the world.
NBC played the theme 12, times during their run. Tesh came up with the melody while at a hotel and called his answering machine at home to sing a preliminary version of the melody so he would not forget it. The tune was revived in three ways in and , with NBC using the music for commercial bumpers and starting lineup announcements during their coverage of basketball at the Summer Olympics and Summer Olympics that featured NBA players  and Tesh releasing a free MP3 version on his website to commemorate the NBA Finals. In this sketch, the tune featured comical lyrics sung by John's fictional brother Dave. A re-recording of the tune is used by Tesh as theme music for his syndicated radio show , as well as for the television series Intelligence for Your Life that Tesh co-hosts with his wife Connie Sellecca.