No one who watches the WWE or wrestling in general needs to be told how important the entrance theme song is in the success of a wrestler. Obviously, a good song alone is not enough to make a bad wrestler into a star, but there is no denying that a good entrance theme can carry an audience and make it easier to win them over.
The following are the best songs WWE has produced for their wrestlers. This list takes into account songs that are currently in use as well as songs that were replaced by others or simply that a particular wrestler has already retired.
Bobby Roode (or Robert Roode, as he called himself for a while) had never been big star material. Nevertheless, one cannot say that he is a bad wrestler. That said, it’s hard to argue with the statement that the best part of his character is… his song. After several years, Glorious Domination has already become so familiar that it doesn’t make such an impression.
It is still undoubtedly a catchy and easy song to sing, and builds tension very well. As far as songs go, WWE has very rarely hit the spot as well as they did in this case – it is a bit of a shame that such a good theme was wasted on, after all, a wrestler currently at the bottom of the food ladder.