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Jim Johnston Reveals The Final Entrance Theme Song That He Produced In WWE

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• Jim Johnston Reveals The Final Entrance Theme Song That He Produced In WWE

Famous Old School WWF/E music composer Jim Johnston was recently interviewed on ‘Insight with Chris Van Vliet’, where he revealed that he worked without a signed contract for the first 15 years of his career (tap here to know why).

He then also named the last entrance theme music he produced before being released from the WWE in 2017.

Here’s what he said:

“I wrote quite a few things, but they weren’t being used because I was being politically squashed. It was ‘End of Days’ for Baron Corbin.

Which was very apropos, if you look at the lyrics, there’s always something personal to the themes. A lot of the times it’s very personal.

Baron’s was purely an epic I’m bringing end of days on you, it’s very biographical. Also I’m talking about the end is coming, I’m bowing out.

The big goodbye was my end of days. There’s a lot of stuff in there, anger and disappointment. But that happened a lot.

I wrote ‘No Chance In Hell’ when I was really angry with Vince. It was a literal telling of what I saw, you have no chance against this guy.

He doesn’t play by the rules.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (April 30, 1983) – WWF Philadelphia Spectrum Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 30, 1983, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show at the Philadelphia Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The live event was televised on the local PRISM Network with Gorilla Monsoon & Dick Graham doing commentary.

The match-card can be found here:

– Eddie Gilbert vs. Baron Mikel Scicluna

– Ray Stevens vs. Tony Garea

– Andre the Giant & Rocky Johnson vs. Don Muraco & Big John Studd

– Ivan Koloff vs. SD Jones

– Bob Backlund vs. Iron Mike Sharpe

– Mr. Fuji vs. Johnny Rodz

– Samula & Afa vs. Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow

        
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