4 most underrated WWE entrance songs of all time

WWE is known to present its larger-than-life and captivating superstars with state-of-the-art technology, lights, and production like no one other. Furthermore, a highly popular feature in this entire presentation is their entrance theme song.

The entrance music has been highly popular for a long time with the fans and are a huge part of the WWE Superstar identity each time they come out of the curtain to put on a stellar performance. While the WWE Universe are synonymous with the popular music, there are some others that also captivated their attention but were always considered highly underrated. Here is our list of 4 most underrated WWE theme entrances of all time.

1. Former WWE Superstar Fandango- ChaChalala


Fandango captivated the audience not only with his debut victory over Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 29 but each time came out to his entrance music. As he would walk out the curtain, the WWE Universe would rise up to their feet and move their hands in the air in cha cha style grooving with Fandango at each of his appearances on WWE television programming.

2. Current WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston- S.O.S

Kofi Kingston began his run as a solo competitor in 2008 and began using the theme song S.O.S. As he would come out in excitement, Kofi would lead the BOOM clap with pyros and charge up the audience to witness some exciting and high-flying wrestling that he was about to deliver that night.


3. Alberto Del Rio- Realeza

Alberto Del Rio’s Royal style music was befitting his persona of the ‘Mexican Aristocrat.’ Coming out each week in a different vehicle, the royalty of the music added layers to his character while the fans witnessed a top-dollar car each week at the expense of Alberto Del Rio.

4. Zack Ryder- Radio


One of the reasons Matt Cardona, formerly known as Zack Ryder became a popular name was his dynamic entrance music ‘Radio.’ The former United States Champion would come and lead the WOO WOO chants with the WWE universe and get pumped as the lyrics would fill his soul to deliver everything in the ring each time he came to a ring.

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