The Very Best WWE Entrance Themes Of The Last 10 Years

11.29.17 2 years ago 43 Comments

Last week in my Midcard Faces series, I talked about Kofi Kingston’s “S.O.S.” theme being the G.O.A.T., and that matter is not up for discussion. That being said, it did get me to thinking about what other outstanding professional wrestling themes we’ve been blessed with over the last decade. This will not be one of them:

There are a couple of caveats we’ll need to cover before we get started. First, the wrestler attached to the theme had to have been a currently active WWE roster member during the year in question. Secondly, heavy consideration will be given towards musicality, originality and potential popularity outside the confines of a wrestler’s entrance. Vince loves anything that brings mainstream attention to WWE so if the song in question could have legitimately been played on the radio that year it will carry extra weight. Finally, historical significance will play a role. If the song had a hand in a performer’s debut, return or overall popularity in that given year, it will tip the scale in it’s favor.

Read on for the top 10 WWE entrance themes of the last 10 years.

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