Intimidating entrance music
Keep in mind, I’m well aware of the fact that some Superstars (John Cena and Randy Orton, for example) will more than likely never change their entrance music again.The following list is merely based off my opinion and what I would want to see (or hear, rather) Superstars use as their entrance music.When she was a genin, Anko was on a team led by Orochimaru.Their team took part in the Chūnin Exams; during the second round, they confronted a team consisting of Hayate Gekkō, Ibiki Morino, and Tokara.On Friday night, the junior trotted in from the bullpen for the second time this season, with “The Purge Siren Dubstep” by Macpro blaring.He immediately began pumping out 98 mph fastballs, striking out all three Wright State batters he faced.
His run for president was amusing at first but is now frightening!Floyd Mayweather: Lil Wayne – No Worries (Live) Back in 2013 Money Mayweather defeated Robert Guerrero to continue his career-long undefeated streak with Lil Wayne cockily rapping about not stressing the competition.Rappers and Mayweather have since had a bit of a rocky relationship, just ask 50 Cent or T. Robbie Muldoon is a freelance writer and editor of a Liverpool based youth culture magazine - which means he's down with the kids but never quite sure of his next wage slip. It’s hard to say what was going on in his mind during his boxing heyday, especially when Tyson walked out to a nightmarish experimental music composition in his 1988 match against undefeated heavyweight champion Mike Spinks.Watch the clip below with the music starting about one minute in.
As he walks out you can already see Spinks start to tremble in his shorts.