The 5 best WWE themes that you probably forgot about

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In this piece, we rank the five greatest WWE themes that you probably forgot about.

Wrestling themes are incredibly important. They don’t often get their due because we’re often focused on the story, the moves and the psychology in the ring. But if the match is the headliner of a concert, the theme is the opener that you know is going to go on to become a headline some day.

There’s nothing like being in a quiet arena and hearing that glass break or hearing a gong. There’s nothing like those opening notes of Pomp and Circumstance…or getting ready to boo when you hear Real American. (You’ll come to know how much I hate Hulk Hogan the more you read my articles by the way.)

But not every theme is remembered as vividly as the classics you may find on any of the WWE wrestling theme albums like “The Anthology” or “Ruthless Aggression”. And that’s what I want to talk about today. The forgotten themes of the WWE.

So here’s what we’re gonna do. I’ve scoured the internet looking for the best themes to put on this list, and I’ve narrowed it down to a magic five. I guarantee that you’ll be bobbing your head and jamming out to these themes, and you will never forget them again. Let’s jump into it.