15 Important Reminders That WWE Superstars Should Not Be Allowed To Record Music

By 06.01.12

I don’t know what it is about fame that makes people think they can be musicians. Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian made sex tapes to become famous, and then to maintain their celebrity statuses they decided to become pop singers. Plenty of actors have done it – Keanu Reeves, Gary Sinise, Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, to name a few – and God knows there are quite a few athletes who think they’re regular Scott Stapps. I’m no Darren Rovell, but I’m willing to guess that 99% of them have failed.

But for some mind-bending, unknown reason, becoming a music star has always been a favorite hobby of professional wrestlers and every single one of them that has tried it has been terrible. Sure, that’s personal opinion, but I’d love to know who I’m overlooking. In the meantime, I’m sure that I’ve overlooked plenty of the most terrible singing wrestlers, but I could only handle 15 videos in the YouTube wormhole before I was screaming in agony.

Witness the horror for yourselves and feel free to add your least favorite songs in the comments.

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Sgt. Slaughter & Camouflage – “The Cobra Clutch”

John Cena – “Right Now”

Macho Man Randy Savage – “Be a Man”

Wyclef Jean feat. The Rock – “It Doesn’t Matter”

Hulk Hogan - “I Wanna be a Hulkamaniac”

With the Wrestling Boot Band, of course.

Chris Jericho and Fozzy – “Let the Madness Begin”

Mean Gene Okerlund – “Tutti Fruiti”

Jerry “The King” Lawler – "Wimpbusters"

Koko B. Ware – “Piledriver”

Jeff Jarrett/Road Dogg – “With My Baby Tonight”

Roddy Piper – “I’m Your Man”

The Undertaker – “The Man in Black”

Bret Hart – “Right Time to Say Goodbye”

WWF Superstars – “If You Only Knew”

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