"The Icon" Sting, a legendary wrestler, had an iconic theme during his WCW days, entering to a Woodstock '99 live performance of Metallica's "Seek and Destroy," which always garnered a massive reaction from the crowd.
Goldberg, known for his intense presence, is recognized for his iconic "Invasion" theme, but he also used "Crush 'Em" by Megadeth in 1999, a hard-hitting song that suited him and was featured in the film Universal Soldier: The Return.
The Insane Clown Posse, known for their controversial presence, had a memorable run in WWE and provided the theme song "The Oddities" for the faction of the same name, which enjoyed popularity during the Attitude Era.
Christian's iconic entrance theme, "Just Close Your Eyes" by Waterproof Blonde, perfectly captured his cool and innovative wrestling persona during his WWE singles push and received a remix by Story Of The Year upon his return to WWE's ECW brand.
"The Rated R Superstar" Edge had iconic entrance themes, including Rob Zombie's "Never Gonna Stop Me" and Alter Bridge's "Metalingus," which still resonate with fans and evoke a massive reaction.
CM Punk, a highly talked-about superstar, is synonymous with "Cult Of Personality" by Living Colour as his iconic entrance theme, along with his previous use of "This Fire Burns" by Killswitch Engage during his early WWE days.
The Sandman, a hardcore icon, made a memorable entrance to Metallica's "Enter Sandman," evoking an electric atmosphere, although the original music has been dubbed over on the WWE Network.
"The Immortal" Hulk Hogan, a wrestling legend, is known for his iconic "Real American" theme music, but he also used Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" during the later years of his career, particularly during his villainous nWo persona and his last full-time run with WWE in 2002.
Triple H, a wrestling legend, had iconic entrances at WrestleMania with licensed music by Motorhead, including "The Game" and "Evolution."
Undertaker had iconic entrance themes: "The American Badass" (Kid Rock), "Rollin'" (Limp Bizkit), "Ain't No Grave" (Johnny Cash), and "Now That We're Dead" (Metallica), highlighting his character's range and impact.