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Vince McMahon Hates Current SmackDown Star’s Original Theme Song

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• Vince McMahon Hates Current SmackDown Star’s Original Theme Song

When Sheamus debuted on the WWE main roster back in 2009, his theme song was “Written In My Face”. It was later changed.

Sheamus wanted to bring back his original theme song, but Vince McMahon didn’t allow it because he hates that song.

However, The Celtic Warrior hasn’t lost hope and plans on using that theme song again someday.

Below is what the former WWE Champion said during an interview with Daily DDT:

“When I came back I really wanted to bring that song back, but it was shot down.

Vince hates it, some other people didn’t like it or didn’t agree, but it’s very nostalgic. I haven’t given up on it.

I guarantee you I will get that song back, I just don’t know when, and nobody is going to know when, but I will get a chance to bring it back.”

You can listen to Sheamus’ old theme song below:

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• Old School Wrestlling Legend Would Celebrate His Birthday

Today would have been the 93rd birthday of legendary Old School Wrestling announcer Gordon Solie (Real name: Francis Labiak).

Solie was famous for doing commentary for various NWA territories like Georgia Championship Wrestling, Championship Wrestling from Florida, USA Championship Wrestling, … among a few others, before ultimately staying with Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling during the 90s.

He’s widely considered one of the greatest play-by-play announcers in professional wrestling history.


January 26, 1929 – July 27, 2000

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