NBA Top 10: If Players, Coaches, Execs, and Fans Had Theme Songs…

November 18th, 2009 by Robert Kleeman Leave a reply »

Wrestlers, baseball players, and boxers strut and saunter out to handpicked theme songs, sometimes to roaring ovations. Would the first Major League movie be as good without “Wild Thing” blaring as Charlie Sheen’s character Rick Vaughn takes the field?


The music a WWE-er selects can be as important in defining his image as headlocks and kicks to the face. You don’t see any tough guys storming the cage to Celine Dion, do you?


If the Undertaker ever waltzed out to Bryan Adams “Everything I Do,” could you or the other fighter take him seriously?


Pro basketball is a different animal. The closest things most ballers get to their own songs are name chants and the starting introductions. In one of several exceptions, a Houston group wrote a tribute to Ho ...

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