The entrance music either makes or breaks a superstar. You can be the coolest, most bad ass wrestler in the world and none of it’s going to matter if you don’t have the right entrance music. A great way to ensure that the entrance music fits the personality of the superstar is to have them sing the song themselves. If only it were that easy.
Singing your own entrance music is hard to pull of because it takes the right combination of talent and confidence. These are the wrestlers that possess both of those things. This is the best of wrestlers singing their own entrance music.
Jeff Jarrett/Road Dogg – With My Baby Tonight
This song has been the subject of some controversy in the WWE. After claiming the song was his, it was eventually revealed that Jeff Jarrett was lip syncing his hit song “With My Baby Tonight” and it was actually performed by The Roadie Jesse James. As you can see in the second video, Road Dogg has got some pipes.
Jeff Hardy – Similar Creatures
Jeff Hardy has had quite a few different entrance songs performed by himself since joining TNA a few years ago. Some of them have been hits and some of them have been misses but in our humble opinion this has been the best one so far. This song without a doubt captures Jeff’s personality in a way that only he himself can do.
Mickie James – Hardcore Country
Mickie James is something special. She’s confident, she’s powerful and she knows how to sing. Listening to Mickie belt her heart out and watching the confidence she has when she does it is a lot of fun to watch. Her entrance song “Hardcore Country” shows that not only was Mickie James born to be a wrestler, but she was born to rock as well.
What’s not to love about R-Truth’s entrance music? No other entrance song has the type of charm that this one does. Whenever you hear the beat drop for Truth’s music you can’t help but get excited knowing that you’re only seconds away from being a part of one of the funnest entrance songs ever. What’s up?
As most wrestling fans know, MVP is also a rapper as well as a wrestler. He’s been putting out his own music for years and when he recently joined TNA he decided to use one of his own songs as his entrance theme. MVP definitely put together a great song with a big time feel and it goes a long way when it comes to making him seem like a big deal.
You Can’t See Me
Say what you want about John Cena but you can’t ever say that he’s not talented. John has been at the very top of WWE for over a decade and during that decade he released his own album “You Can’t See Me” in 2005. Not only can John Cena rap but the album was definitely successful. John Cena’s “You Can’t See Me” sold 143,000 copies in its first week and peaked at number 15 on the Billboard 200.
Shawn Michaels – Sexy Boy
There’s only one Shawn Michaels, and he just so happens to have one of the best entrance songs of all time. His entrance song “Sexy Boy” somehow manages to be really campy and really awesome all at the same time. It’s the type of song you shouldn’t be taking seriously but Shawn Michaels is Shawn Michaels after all and there’s just nothing that he can’t pull off. Not only does HBK make “Sexy Boy” work but he knocks it out of the park with his performance.