Have you ever heard a song that you can’t get out of your head? Whatever the song comes from the radio,T.V.,or movie it’s just gets you. Maybe it’s the lyrics,or the people sing them, or what’s associated with that song that does it. Take World Wrestling Entertainment for example: they have over the top characters with story lines that could have come from a soap opera,but those things matter little when they’re not set to music. Of all the wrestlers-both male and female-(not to mention factions)few have the entrance music of Evolution. This faction comprised of Batista,Randy Orton, Triple H, and the legendary Ric Flair. They were considered on of the best factions of all time and had the theme to back it up- Line In The Sand.
Performed by Triple H’s favorite band Motorhead, Line In The Sand tells of excess through success, all the while busting heads-at least that what I take from it. The song doesn’t focus on the wrestling aspect or any thing like that,but with a song this catchy,does it really matter? So for you listening plesure, here’s Line In The Sand.
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- Report: WWE Looking to Bring Back Shane McMahon for WrestleMania XXX? (bleacherreport.com)
- WWE Never Say Never: It’s Finally Time for a Shane McMahon Cameo (bleacherreport.com)
– Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are interested in having Shane McMahon make an appearance at WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans, Louisiana, No word yet on whether the former wrestling executive is interested.
McMahon left WWE in 2010 to pursue other opportunities. In July, McMahon voluntarily stepped down as CEO of YOU On Demand, whilst remaining YOD’s principal executive officer and Chairman of the Board.
– After Monday’s WWE RAW in Greenville went off the air, trainers checked on Big Show while Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, Randy Orton, Kane and The Shield posed on top of the ramp.
Alberto Del Rio came back out and demanded a World Heavyweight Title shot from John Cena. Cena came out and did a comedy ring introduction for Del Rio before defeating him in a short match with an Attitude Adjustment.
– As We reported, Stephanie McMahon was referred to as a wrestler in WWE’s latest 10-Q document. The booking agreement, dated October 7th, reveals Stephanie is now under contract as a WWE talent. She has signed a three-year deal with an annual salary of $325,000. It looks like Stephanie McMahon could be returning to the ring in the near future.