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Top 20 CFO$ WWE Themes: Part 2 of 4



As promised, we’re back with part 2 of our Top 20 CFO$ WWE Themes series as we head into what should be quite the celebration of pro wrestling this weekend in Brooklyn. So why not begin the celebration below with some of our favorite themes from the composers who have added so much to the shows that we love?

15. Baron Corbin – “Superhuman”

“The Lone Wolf” has been getting some true heat from the fans lately which makes him a welcome addition the main roster. After all, it’s rare that a heel is actually disliked by fans these days. Since winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32, “The Lone Wolf” has made it clear that the “End of Days” is coming to anyone who gets in his way – and we believe him. This 6 ft 8 in “Superhuman” out of Kansas City was made for the business. We’re just glad he found his true calling after stints in the NFL and boxing. As for the theme, the word rebel and the phrase bad-to-the-bone immediately come to mind. I almost feel like this theme would’ve been better suited for current WWE champion Dean Ambrose, whose “Retaliation” we’ve grown to have a love/hate relationship with.

14. The Vaudevillains – “Vau de Vire”

This theme plays well to the old-timey gimmick that Aiden English and Simon Gotch did such a great job with down at NXT. Unfortunately, they haven’t really been given the time of day in WWE just yet but at least they still have a super cool song to walk out to.

13. Samoa Joe – “Destroyer”

This song reminds us of a dark, nasty beat straight out of  the borough of Queens; something that you’d find on a Pharoahe Monch track. Then Joe comes out, full of swag with his trademark towel around his neck, ready to destroy any man who dares to stand across from him. Count us in.

12. Sami Zayn – “Worlds Apart”

How can you not smile when this theme hits the arena speakers? And how can you not fall in love with this guy? His energy, his work ethic and his skill are off the charts. This theme does him complete justice by making us want to get out of our seats and skank like it was 1999.

11. Enzo Amore & Big Cass – “SAWFT is a Sin”

This song has a hot open that screams Jersey from the loudspeakers right when it hits them. Then, just as you find yourself jumping in excitement because your favorite take team is about to take center stage, Enzo “Smacktalker Skywalker” Amore brings you back down to earth.

Honestly though, when you couple this theme with the energy that Enzo and Cass bring it reminds us what pro wrestling is about every single time they come out. Great characters, dedicated workers and an awesome theme and walkout that pumps the crowd up every time. What more could you ask for?

If you missed Part 1 of our Top 20 CFO$ WWE Themes list you can catch it right here.

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