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Another Former WWE Champion Might Be Getting His Old Entrance Theme Song Back

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• Another Former WWE Champion Might Be Getting His Old Entrance Theme Song Back

Former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre spoke to The Battleground podcast and revealed that he has a desire to get his old 2009-2012 entrance theme song back.

Many fans worldwide believed that WWE made a mistake by giving Drew a new theme song, when they brought him back in 2017.

Here’s what the Scottish Warrior said:

“I don’t see anyone asking for ‘Lobster Head,’ everyone’s asking about Broken Freakin’ Dreams. One of these days, that music is going to come back. I hear this question all the time. I see it every day on social media.

One of these days I’m going to get it approved, have it for a show. I’m positive we still have the rights to it. Everybody in the crowd better know the words to that song because I go out there and people are like ‘what’s that?’ I’m going to be let down.

Everyone start learning the lyrics because eventually I will get that song and I’ll ensure Sheamus will never have ‘Lobster Head’ as his theme song again.”

You can watch McIntyre making his entrance to his old “Broken Dreams” theme song below:

Drew McIntyre isn’t the only former WWE Champion who might get his old theme song back, as former WWE Champion Jeff Hardy is expected to bring his old theme song “No More Words” back when WWE goes back on the road with fans in attendance later this month.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (July 3, 1995) – WWF Monday Night RAW

On this day in 1995, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Monday Night RAW’.

It was taped in Danville, Pennsylvania and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF In Your House 2: The Lumberjacks’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

1. The 1-2-3 Kid vs. Mike Bell

2. Bob Holly vs. The Brooklyn Brawler

3. Henry Godwinn vs. Barry Horowitz

4. Sid vs. Bam Bam Bigelow

5. Waylon Mercy vs. Jeff Hardy

        
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