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Superstar wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rF1TRgYVuEw

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Polish Joe himself posted that clip when I complained the ESPN Classic broadcast had whitewashed the clip with an instrumental.  He is a great guy to talk AWA production from 1984-90, because he did so much of it.

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“Modern Love”- David Bowie. - ‘80’s WWF

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The boy from New York City, (not that it’s heard offen), by Manhattan transfer Jimmy valiant.

As much as I listen to george jones there is still a part of me that reminisces about the day uncle Elmer and....Joyce ? Got married.
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Beastie boys You gotta fight = new bread

Another one bites the dust-jyd

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Enter Sandman - definitely reminds me of the Sandman's entrance

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Not sure it was ever used but "No more Mr. Nice Guy" by Alice Cooper would have made an excellent theme for a recently turned heel.

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beejmi wrote: Enter Sandman - definitely reminds me of the Sandman's entranceMaybe it’s because you are from the Philly region and I’m from the NY region but Enter Sandman only reminds me of Mariano Rivera.  For that matter, Hells Bells reminds me of Trevor Hoffman.  But Man in the Box is all Tommy Dreamer and I hear that song a couple times a week



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beejmi wrote: Enter Sandman - definitely reminds me of the Sandman's entrance
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THeme from Rocky III always makes me think of the We4ird Al parody - theme from ROcky III

SHarp Dressed Man - Jimmy Garvin
Freebird - the Freebirds
Born in the USa - countless people in the 80s
THree Dog Night's Joy to the World - Bugsy McGraw. He came out to the ring to that song during a House Show I went to
Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport, Outback Jack and RIp Morgan

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One Fan Gang wrote: Superstar wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rF1TRgYVuEw

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Polish Joe himself posted that clip when I complained the ESPN Classic broadcast had whitewashed the clip with an instrumental.  He is a great guy to talk AWA production from 1984-90, because he did so much of it.

He did a multi part interview on the 605 super podcast probably a year ago and was very interesting 



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Rush's instrumental "Where's my Thing?" was played over the show-ending highlights of the 1992 Royal Rumble PPV. Didn't realize or remember this until I went back and re-watched all my old crap, circa 2002. Marked out when that came on.

So, since 2002, "Where's my Thing?" reminds me of wrestling.

Like a lot of us, whenever I hear "Thus Spake Zarathusa (aka: Theme from 2001)", I let out a "woooo".

Alan Parsons Project's "Sirius/Eye in the Sky" is another obvious one. Most folks will say it's the Chicago Bulls, though. I always argue with them that it's technically correct, but Ricky Steamboat used it first.

Another obvious choice is the Mountain Goats' entire 2015 "Beat the Champ" album with its overt references to wrestling.

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"Willie And The Hand Jive" by George Thorogood And The Destroyers reminds me of the PWI and NWA produced VHS tapes called "Lords of The Ring" and "Ringmasters" (which was the '85 Great American Bash)


"One Of These Days" by Pink Floyd reminds me of Abdullah The Butcher.

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Drowning Pool's "Bodies" (Let The Bodies Hit The Floor)
The perfect song for the WWE's attitude era & ECW.


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obsession and take me home tonight always remind me of SNME

Walk by Pantera

Eye of the tiger

Another one bites the dust

Rocket by Def Leppard; I always think of the Pillman video from The NWA in 89

What was the rap song that ECW used to use as background music for upcoming house show ads? I remember it had the line death on the battle field

Hot stuff

Ironman

Voodoo child

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carpetbeggar wrote

"One Of These Days" by Pink Floyd reminds me of Abdullah The Butcher.

That was/is his entrance music when he works in Japan

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