Pro wrestling and music rarely go together well. Sure, there have been cool entrance themes over the years, and there’s always some act willing to let WWE pay them to provide the theme music for their next Pay Per View, but when wrestling tries to make its own original music, the results are usually horrible. But because it’s wrestling, you can be sure that you’ll hear that terrible music for weeks on end, before somebody finally puts it out of its misery. With that in mind, prepare your ears for the worst, because we even found music videos for every entry. We’re going to tell you that you probably shouldn’t listen to them, but we know that you just won’t be able to help yourself.
10. “Pie” – The Rock
Somehow, the man who “sings” this terrible, terrible song became a ridiculously big Hollywood movie star. We have to theorize that nobody who ever wanted to put The Rock in a movie ever listened to this. Officially, this was The Rock’s solo recording debut, and it was included on one of WWE’s compilations of entrance music that they would release on a yearly basis. Presumably, WWE was trying to legitimize their fledgling music division, which ended up basically consisting of Lillian Garcia and a band called Neurotica that nobody remembers, and now exists to pay the in-house musicians who make entrance themes for WWE. At any rate, while it hasn’t yet halted Rock’s rise to the top of Hollywood, no matter how many blockbusters he make, it won’t erase the stink of this monstrosity.