Saturday, June 30, 2012

WWE Friday Night SmackDown: June 29, 2012 (Full Episode)

Enter the Cobra! - "Santino's Foreign Exchange" - Episode 22

Friday, June 29, 2012

Preview Thursday's IMPACT WRESTLING On SpikeTV

NWA Smoky Mountain TV: June 30, 2012 (Full Episode)

TNA Hires New Knockout Taeler Hendrix (Video) 6-28-12

Z! True Long Island Story - Episode #73

FAQ: Who Broke Mr. Perfect's Undefeated Streak?



Answer: Brutus "the Barber" Beefcake handed Mr. Perfect his first televised loss at Wrestlemania 6 to end an undefeated streak that lasted over a year. 

FAQ: Is Jake "The Snake" Roberts Dead?


Answer: No. Jake "the Snake" Roberts is still alive and recently retired from pro wrestling in 2011 after spending the last several years on the indy circuit. 

Then and Now: Raven

Raven in his prime circa 1997/1998


Raven in 2011

WWE Superstars: June 28, 2012 (Full Episode)

Chris Masters and TNA's Gunner Appearing in Eden, NC on July 14, 2012

by Brian Phelps

Former WWE Superstar the "Masterpiece" Chris Masters and current TNA Superstar Gunner will be appearing for Fire Star Pro Wrestling at the Eden Fair Grounds in Eden, North Carolina on July 14. For more information CLICK HERE



Thursday, June 28, 2012

Then and Now: Jake "The Snake" Roberts

Jake Roberts in his prime late 1980's

Jake Roberts in 2011


Then and Now: Vader

Vader in his prime in 1993


Vader in 2012

Then and Now: Psycho Sid

Sid in 1997

Sid in 2012


TNA Today (June 27) Interview with Robbie E

DDP's Wrasslin Wednesday Rewind: Episode 9

WWE Inbox - Episode 22

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

TNA Today (June 26) - Interview with Al Snow

The Watcher 2012 - Episode 11 with WWE Diva AJ Lee

NEW WWE General Manager Debuting At The 1000th RAW July 23

WWE has announced that a new permanent General Manager will be named at the 1000th RAW on July 23, 2012. 

WWE Debuting New TV Show "Main Event" October 3, 2012

WWE is producing a new tv show called "Main Event" that will begin airing on ION Television beginning October 3, 2012. The show will be one hour long and is rumored to be a step above WWE Superstars. 

Why John Cena's Major Announcement Was A Dud

by Brian Phelps

John Cena recently announced on twitter that he had huge news to deliver on Monday night RAW. This led wrestling fans to buzz about what the epic news could be. Once again though, a WWE hyped announcement turns out to be nothing but hot air as all John Cena announced is that he would be participating in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match this year. Why is this NOT huge news? Well, John Cena's entry into the match pretty much guarantees that more than likely he is going to win the Money in the Bank and go on to face CM Punk at Summerslam. Is it just me or are you guys getting tired of WWE hyping big surprises and then failing to deliver every time? Remember Chris Jericho saying that at the Royal Rumble it was going to be the end of the world as you know it, only to be pathetically eliminated and nothing happened.

FAQ: Is King Kong Bundy Dead?



Answer: No. King Kong Bundy is still alive and actually still wrestles. He also does some stand-up comedy and acting. More recently in 2011, he starred in an indie film called "Fight the Panda Syndicate".

Sycho Sid WWE Theme Song

Sycho Sid vs. Heath Slater: Raw, June 25, 2012

The Great American Bash Returns in 2012

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Watch Steve Austin's "Redneck Island" Episode 2 (Full Episode)



Watch Episode 2 of CMT's "Redneck Island" starring 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin

Watch Steve Austin's "Redneck Island" Episode 1 (Full Episode)



Watch Episode 1 of CMT's "Redneck Island" starring 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin

Pictures of Sin Cara's New Red Mask / Outfit



Elastic Band "Giving Advice" (Official Music Video)

Humor: Funny Jake Roberts vs Sting Commercial for WCW Halloween Havoc 1992

WWE Friday Night SmackDown: June 22, 2012 (Full Episode)

WWF "Lifestyles of the Brutal and Infamous" Valiant Comic Book (1991)


Super Amazing Wagon Adventure (2012 Official Trailer)

Profile on TNA Gut Check Contestant Taeler Hendrix

Friday, June 22, 2012

Universal Soldier: The Return (Full Length Movie)




Official Texas Tornado WWE Theme Song

NWA Smoky Mountain TV: June 23, 2012 (Full Episode)

NWA Mountain State: June 22, 2012 (Full Episode)

Austin Aries Makes His Decision on Hulk Hogan's World Title Shot Stipulation

Z! True Long Island Story - Episode #72

Watch WWE Superstars: June 21, 2012

New WWE NXT Theme Song 2012 (Coheed and Cambria "Welcome Home")

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Montgomery Gentry "So Called Life" starring TNA's Velvet Sky (Official Music Video)

Humor: Ric Flair's Tennessee Lottery TV Commercial 2010

How to Get Ric Flair Autographed Memorabilia


Ric Flair's official website is offering all sorts of autographed memorabilia ranging from photos, trading cards,  lottery tickets, books, dvds, poster, stretch limousine diecast, shirts, and even an autographed robe. Items begin as low as 19.99 to 45.99 and go up into the hundreds of dollars range. The autographed photos, trading cards, lotto tickets, books, dvds, poster, shirts are all pretty reasonably priced given that Ric Flair is to pro wrestling what Babe Ruth was to baseball. To check out the memorabilia for yourself go to http://www.ricflair.com/online-store 

FAQ: Is Vince McMahon Really the Owner of the WWE?


Answer: Yes. Vince McMahon is the owner of the WWE in real life. Vince is the CEO of the WWE. 

TNA Today (June 20) Interview with Miss Tessmacher

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

"No Holds Barred" on DVD and Digital July 3rd

What Superstars did before coming to the WWE - "WWE Inbox" - Episode 21

TNA Today (June 19) Interviews with Billy Corgan and Bob Ryder

Where to Buy Pro Wrestling Merchandise Online

Having trouble finding your favorite wrestling shirt or dvd? Are you a collector of obscure wrestling titles? Well, I've compiled a list of places to buy pro wrestling merchandise online. Whether it be shirts, action figures, autographed memorabilia, trading cards, dvds, vhs tapes, or even if you want to get your own real wrestling ring or wrestling gear you can find it all here.

WWEShop.com (Official WWE Merchandise)
ShopTNA.com (Official TNA Merchandise)
ROHWrestling.com/Shop (Official Ring of Honor Merchandise)
BarberShopWindow.com (Pro Wrestling T-Shirts)
RingsideCollectibles.com (Official WWE/TNA/UFC Merchandise)
Highspots.com (Everything Pro Wrestling)
ExtremeWrestlingShirts.com (Pro Wrestling Shirts)
RFVideo.com (Pro Wrestling DVDs, Videos, Merchandise)
Chikara Merchandise (Official Chikara Merchandise)
New Japan Pro Wrestling (Official NJPW Merchandise)
BigJapanShop.com (Japanese Pro Wrestling Merchandise)
UniversalWrestling.com (Various Classic Videos and Merchandise)
WrestlingSuperStore.com (Various Wrestling Merchandise)
ImpactWrestlingCards.com (TNA Impact Trading Cards)
LuchaShop.com (Lucha Libre Merchandise)
LuchaLibreUSA (LuchaLibreUSA Merchandise)

Then of course there is Ebay, Half.com, and Topps.com (WWE Trading Card Manufacturer)

Official Daniel Bryan WWE Theme (1st Theme "Rage")

Humor: Hulk Hogan Soundboard (For Pranks)

Shawn Michaels SNES WWF Royal Rumble Theme

WWF Royal Rumble SNES Title Music

WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling SNES Title Music

FAQ: Was Ultimate Warrior and the Renegade the Same Person?



Answer: No. Ultimate Warrior was played by Jim Hellwig. The Renegade was played by Rick Williams. People believed that The Renegade was really the Ultimate Warrior because WCW was purposely trying to imply that they were the same guy even though they weren't. Hulk Hogan hyped the Renegade's debut as "The Ultimate Swerve". Renegade's theme music was even a rehash of Ultimate Warrior's "Unstable" WWF Theme Song.



FAQ: Was Ultimate Warrior and Texas Tornado the Same Person?


Answer: No. The Ultimate Warrior was played by Jim Hellwig, while the Texas Tornado was played by Kerry Von Erich. People often wondered if they were the same wrestler because they had similar size and physiques. Many people thought that the Ultimate Warrior was just the Texas Tornado wearing face paint. 

FAQ: Who Broke Crimson's Undefeated Streak?


At TNA's Slammiversary Pay-Per-View on June 10, 2012, Crimson's 470 day undefeated streak came to an end when he was defeated by the "Cowboy" James Storm after Storm returned and answered Crimson's Open Challenge. 

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

FAQ: Who Broke Goldberg's 2nd Undefeated Streak?


Starting in October of 2000, Vince Russo laid down an ultimatum that Goldberg had to beat his old undefeated streak from 1997-98 of 173-0, and if Goldberg lost at any point before beating his old streak he would be forced to retire from pro wrestling. After going 35-0 in his 2nd undefeated streak, Goldberg was defeated in a tag team match at WCW Sin in January 2001 when he and his WCW Power Plant trainer Dewayne Bruce lost to the team of Totally Buff (Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell). He was pinned in the match by Lex Luger after being maced by a fan in the crowd, repeatedly hit with a chair by Luger, and then getting hit with Buff Bagwell's finisher, the Blockbuster. Goldberg was forced to retire from pro wrestling. This would be Goldberg's last match in the USA until he signed with the WWE in 2003.

FAQ: Who Broke Goldberg's Original Undefeated Streak?


At Starrcade 1998, Goldberg's original undefeated streak was broken by "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash after Scott Hall, dressed as a ringside security guard, interfered and used a taser on Goldberg. This allowed Kevin Nash to get the pin on Goldberg and win the WCW World Title. Goldberg's streak ended at 173.

TNA Today (June 18) - Interview with Austin Aries

Matt Hardy and Big Pimp James vs Alex Pain and Josh Cody

Watch NWA Mountain State: June 18, 2012

Friday, June 15, 2012

Dorrough "Bounce Dat" starring TNA's Miss Tessmacher (Official Music Video)

Top 10 Wrestlers WWE Regrets Letting Go

Number 10: "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero
Pope D'Angelo Dinero once wrestled for Vince McMahon and the WWE under the name Elijah Burke for WWE's ECW brand. He had a decent run but was ultimately released by the WWE by November 2008. Eventually in 2009, Burke re-materialized in TNA Wrestling under the gimmick of a Harlem Street Preacher named "Pope" D'Angelo Dinero. He became extremely popular for a time, even being a legitimate threat to the TNA World Title by winning the 8 Card Stud Tournament for the right to face AJ Styles for the belt. Recently, Pope has gotten lost in the shuffle, but there is no doubt that he will re-emerge. The Pope gimmick could've been huge in WWE, and Vince has got to be smacking himself for not realizing how talented Burke was and letting him go without realizing his potential.


Number 9: Miss Tessmacher (Brooke Adams)


Miss Tessmacher once worked for the WWE on their ECW brand as apart of the Extreme Expose dance group with Kelly Kelly and Layla. She never really gained a lot of notoriety in WWE before she was released in 2007. This was a huge mistake by WWE because it has done nothing but benefit TNA Wrestling. Tessmacher joined TNA in 2010 and since then has become arguably the most popular knockout in the company. She is a former TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion and is the current TNA Knockouts Champion. Who would have thought that a third wheel in a WWECW dance group would've accomplished so much somewhere else? Since WWE released her, Brooke has also gained notoriety for her modeling career. One year after WWE released her, she became Miss Hawaiian Tropic Texas 2008, in 2011 won a Hooters Viewer's Choice Award, and also appeared in a music video for Dorrough's song "Bounce Dat".

Number 8: Mickie James


Mickie James needs no introduction. She is a sure fire future Hall of Famer being a 5-time WWE Women's Champion, a 1-time WWE Divas Champion, and now a 2-time TNA Knockouts Champion. She is also the only woman in wrestling history to hold all 3 titles.  In 2010, WWE released her from the company in a move that she claims she was told to be a new direction for the WWE Women's Division. This was a baffling move because she was the biggest women's star in the WWE since legendary performers like Lita, Trish Stratus, Torrie Wilson, and Stacy Keibler had left. The move in retrospect has been a disaster for WWE because half the time no one even knows who the Divas Champion is anymore. They haven't created any new stars since she left. Kharma so far has been a bust because she got pregnant and hasn't even gotten to wrestle for WWE yet, the Bella Twins were never really over, Michelle McCool left, and no one else is over. The only Diva that's really over in the WWE is Beth Phoenix, and she was over when Mickie James was there so the WWE hasn't created ANY new stars in Mickie James absence. Meanwhile, Mickie James made pro wrestling history with her main event steel cage match against Tara on Impact Wrestling when she jumped off the top of the steel cage in a move that's never been done by a female wrestler. It was an epic moment that just may be the greatest moment in women's wrestling history... and since WWE released her it was a TNA MOMENT.


Number 7: Matt Morgan


Matt Morgan began his main stream career in WWE by being stuck with a stupid stuttering gimmick. He was made out to be a somewhat bumbling big man. He never amounted to anything in WWE, and never won any championships. He went to TNA in 2007, and since then has established himself as a dominant big man being a 2-time TNA Tag Team Champion and 1-time Ring Ka King World Champion. Since leaving WWE in 2005, he was chosen to be the top star in Ring Ka King, a constant threat to the TNA World Title, and has even accomplished a lot outside of the ring. In 2008, he joined the cast of American Gladiators and has guest starred on the FOX TV Show The Good Guys. WWE dropped the ball big time with Matt Morgan and it shows because the WWE is now lacking quality big men since Undertaker is all but retired, Big Show and Kane are getting old, and Great Khali can barely get around in the ring. WWE has got to be smacking themselves for ever letting Matt Morgan go.

Number 6: Gail Kim


In the WWE, Gail Kim was pretty much over looked her whole career. She was a 1-time Women's Champion early in her career but quickly became irrelevant. Gail Kim then went to TNA Wrestling where she became the face of the newly born Knockouts Division. Her feud with Awesome Kong (Kharma) established TNA's Knockouts Division as vastly superior to the WWE's Women's Division as Gail put on amazing matches rarely seen in main stream women's wrestling. She did so well in fact that WWE wanted her back and lured her back to WWE with better money; however, WWE once again failed to use Gail Kim correctly and she went back to being unused and unappreciated in WWE. She basically fought her way out of her WWE contract to get back to TNA Wrestling even saying that she would never work for WWE again. Since returning, she has had a lengthy reign as TNA Knockouts Champion and proving again why she is one of the best women's wrestlers in the world.

Number 5: Angelina Love


In 2004, WWE signed Angelina Love to a developmental contract. After 3 years in developmental, WWE never even called her up to the main roster. WWE was bone headed enough to release her in 2007. This was one of the worst decisions WWE has made talent wise over the last 5 years. Angelina has since gone on to become a record setting 5-time TNA Knockouts Champion and 1-time TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion. That's not the worst part. Angelina Love went on to create the most successful and popular women's faction in wrestling history, The Beautiful People. This group was so good that rumor has it WWE was embarrassed by how bad The Beautiful People were making their divas look that they decided to make their own group, LayCool. It even led to a twitter war between The Beautiful People and LayCool as LayCool were called out for being rip offs. Recently, much like the Pope, Angelina Love has fallen into the background in TNA but I'm sure it's just a matter of time before she regains her coveted place at the top.

Number 4: Mr.Anderson (aka Mr.Kennedy)


Mr. Anderson was released from WWE in 2009. It was a strange situation because he actually seemed to be on his way to the top as he had been scoring pin falls over WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels. In 2010, he would debut in TNA Wrestling where during a shoot promo discussed how backstage politics led to his release from WWE which does seem to correlate with the odd timing of his firing. After all, why would you have a guy going over Shawn Michaels in a feud and representing your company in the movie Behind Enemy Lines II: Columbia only to fire him not long after? Anderson would end up making WWE eat crow as he has gone on to become a 2-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion and created some very memorable moments when he impersonated Sting. 


Number 3: James Storm


In 2000, James Storm signed a developmental deal with WCW. He made several appearances on WCW World Wide and WCW Saturday Night. When Vince McMahon bought out WCW, he didn't bother to carry James Storm over. This would ultimately prove to be a gigantic mistake by Vince McMahon as James Storm became part of not one, but two of the most famous tag teams of the last decade (America's Most Wanted and Beer Money). He's also been a part of one of the greatest factions of the last 10 years, Fortune where he rubbed elbows with Ric Flair. He has gone on to become one of the most popular wrestlers in the world and becoming the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and an 11-time Tag Team Champion. He still has a bright future ahead of him and is just realizing his main event potential. He could've been WWE's successor to Steve Austin, but Vince didn't carry him over when he bought out WCW. Hey Vince, "Sorry About Your Damn Luck!"


Number 2: AJ Styles


AJ Styles, like James Storm, was left without a job after Vince McMahon bought out WCW. Vince didn't carry AJ Styles over in the buyout. AJ Styles wrestled several matches for WWF Jakked. By the time WWE offered him a developmental contract, it was too little too late. They wanted him to relocate to Ohio, and he turned them down so that it wouldn't interfere with his wife's college plans. Vince should've carried Styles over in the WCW buyout because AJ Styles has gone on to become the heart and soul of TNA Wrestling. He helped lead TNA to prominence and became TNA's first Grand Slam Champion. He's held every title that a male can win in TNA. AJ Styles will no doubt go down as a future Hall of Famer, and one of the biggest missed opportunities for Vince McMahon.

Number 1: Jeff Jarrett


Some people might be confused by Jeff Jarrett at the number one spot. Why you ask? Because in 2001 when Vince McMahon bought WCW, he announced Jeff Jarrett's real-life firing live on RAW and even mocked Jarrett as he did it (video of Vince firing Jarrett below). This would prove to be the dumbest mistake that Vince McMahon has ever made as Jeff Jarrett went on to found TNA Wrestling. TNA Wrestling has become a bigger threat to WWE every year that it has existed and has lured several big name WWE Superstars away from Vince including: Kurt Angle, Christian, Jeff Hardy, Booker T, Kevin Nash, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan etc. In firing Jeff Jarrett, Vince indirectly created his own biggest competition in TNA Wrestling. Had he not fired Jeff Jarrett, then Jarrett would have never founded TNA Wrestling and WWE would still be the only main stream wrestling promotion in America. Also, Vince's firing of Jarrett laid the foundation for TNA's monster ratings success of a spin-off, India's Ring Ka King wrestling promotion. So, basically, Vince McMahon directly caused the creation of two wrestling promotions (TNA and Ring Ka King). This is a perfect example of Karma coming back to bite you. Jeff Jarrett was the biggest heel in WCW, and could've been a big asset to WWE. Vince's desire to humiliate and embarrass Jeff Jarrett by firing him on national television ultimately came back to haunt Vince. What goes around comes around. (Video of Vince firing Jarrett below)













Official Taz TNA Theme Song

Official "Blueprint" Matt Morgan TNA Theme Song

Official AJ Styles TNA Theme Song - I Am I Am (2011-12 Remix)

Official Austin Aries TNA Theme Song "Raging Of The Region"

Watch WWE Superstars: June 14, 2012

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Ring of Honor Wrestling: June 2, 2012

"Macho Man" Randy Savage TNA Theme

How to Get A Trish Stratus Autograph

by Brian Phelps

Former WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus is offering to autograph your items on her official website. For $18.95 ($10 bucks plus $8.95 shipping and handling), you can send in your own personal item for Trish Stratus to autograph. She'll even personalize it if you indicate that you want it personalized. That means you can send in a magazine, action figure, video game, dvd, etc for her to autograph and she will for a very low fee. It's better than waiting in line for an hour at an indy show or convention that's for sure. For more information go to http://www.trishstratus.com/shop/autographs/

TNA Today : June 13 - Interview with Joseph Park

Watch WWE NXT: June 13, 2012

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

How to get Eric Bischoff's Autograph

by Brian Phelps

Have you ever wondered how you can get your hands on memorabilia signed by WCW/WWE legend and current TNA Superstar Eric Bischoff? Wonder no more, because I'm going to tell you how you can score his autograph for little to nothing. At Eric Bischoff's official website (ericbischoff.com) you can get vintage WCW Trading Cards personally signed by Eric Bischoff for only 8.99! That's basically next to nothing for an autograph. I've been to indy wrestling shows where they charge you 20 bucks for an autographed picture of Buff Bagwell, or 20 bucks to get your picture taken with former WWE Superstars. This is a much better deal to be honest, and I thought I would let wrestling fans in on it. You can also buy an autographed copy of Eric Bischoff's book "Controversy Creates Cash" for 19.95 which isn't bad either. To go to Eric Bischoff's official website and check out the deal click the link below.


TNA Today (June 12) - Interview with Bobby Roode

Monday, June 11, 2012

Humor: Norman Smiley Backyard Wrestling Little Kids 05/31/00

Destination X: Sunday, July 8 Live On Pay-Per-View

"WWE Download" with Dolph Ziggler - Episode 20

Drake Younger Chikara Theme (Volbeat "A Warrior's Call")

Official Chikara King of Trios 2011 Theme (Stan Bush "Sam's Theme")

Saturyne Chikara Theme (The Cansis Kid "Showtime")

Austin Aries Chikara Theme

Chris Hero Chikara Theme (Viro the Virus "Chris is Awesome")

Larry Sweeney Chikara Theme

Los Ice Creams Chikara Theme

Mike Quackenbush Chikara Theme

The Colony Chikara Theme

Gran Akuma Chikara Theme

Hulk Hogan NJPW Theme "Ravishing"

WWE's "Are You Serious?" - Episode 19

Hulk Hogan appearing in Fishkill, NY on August 4

The "Immortal" Hulk Hogan will be appearing for North East Wrestling in Fishkill, NY on Saturday, August 4th. Also appearing will be Matt Hardy and Reby Sky, Lita, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Jerry "The King" Lawler, "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart, and Mickie James! For more information CLICK HERE



Sunday, June 10, 2012

Photo of Christian at TNA Slammiversary PPV with Bobby Roode!

TNA President Dixie Carter uploaded this picture of WWE Intercontinental Champion Christian at TNA's Slammiversary X PPV with World Champion Bobby Roode. 



Official TNA Slammiversary X Theme Song (Raphael Lake "Glorious")

Official Ryback WWE Theme Song "Meat"

Dead Tides starring Roddy Piper (Full Length Movie)







Friday, June 8, 2012

Watch NWA Smoky Mountain TV: June 9, 2012

Watch TNA Xplosion: June 6, 2012

Humor: Hulk Hogan in Honey Nut Cheerios Commercial (1985)

Official West Texas Rednecks WCW Theme

Official Sting WCW Theme (Metallica "Seek and Destroy")

Official Sting WCW Theme (Crow Theme w/monologue)

Official Sting WCW Theme "The Man Called Sting"

Official Steiner Brothers WCW Theme

Official "Rowdy" Roddy Piper WCW Theme

Official Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat WCW Theme

Official Rick Rude WCW Theme

Official Ric Flair WCW Theme

Official Rey Mysterio Jr. WCW Theme

Official nWo Wolfpack WCW Theme Song

Official nWo WCW Theme Song

Official Lex Luger WCW Theme

Official Johnny B. Badd WCW Theme (2nd Theme)

Official Johnny B. Badd WCW Theme (1st Theme)

Official Jeff Jarrett WCW Theme "The Chosen One"

Official Hulk Hogan WCW Theme "American Made"

Official "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan Theme (Jimi Hendrix "Voodoo Child")

Official Four Horsemen WCW Theme (8th Theme)

Official Four Horsemen WCW Theme (6th Theme)

Official Eddy Guerrero WCW Theme

Official Dean Malenko WCW Theme

Official Booker T WCW Theme

Official Curt Hennig WCW Theme

Official Chris Jericho WCW Theme (2nd Theme Heel)

Official Chris Jericho WCW Theme (1st Theme)

Official Chris Benoit WCW Theme

Official Bret Hart WCW Theme (2nd Theme)

Official Bret Hart WCW Theme (1st Theme)

Official Billy Kidman WCW Theme

Official Big Van Vader WCW Theme (2nd Theme)

Official Big Van Vader WCW Theme (1st theme "Heavenly Thunder")

Official Arn Anderson WCW Theme

Official Alex Wright WCW Theme (2nd Theme)

Official Alex Wright WCW Theme (1st Theme)

Watch WWE Superstar: June 7, 2012

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Before The Bell Extra: Christopher Daniels

Before The Bell Extra: Kurt Angle

Before The Bell Extra: Bobby Roode

Official Zack Ryder WWE Theme Song

Official Wade Barrett WWE Theme Song "End of Days"

Official Virgil WWE Theme Song

Official Ultimate Warrior WWE Theme Song "Unstable"

Official Undertaker WWE Theme Song (1st Theme) "Funeral March"

Official Undertaker WWE Theme Song (Johnny Cash "Ain't No Grave")

Official Triple H WWE Theme Song (Motorhead "The Game")

Official Ted Dibiase Jr. WWE Theme Song "I Come From Money"

Official Tatanka WWE Theme Song

Official Steiner Brothers WWF Theme Song

Official Sin Cara WWE Theme Song "Ancient Spirit"

Official Sheamus WWE Theme Song

Official Shawn Michaels WWE Theme Song (Current Theme) "Sexy Boy"

Official Shawn Michaels WWE Theme Song (1st theme w/Sensational Sherri)

Official 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper WWE Theme Song (2nd Theme)