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WWE: The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights To Machine Gun Kelly’s Invincible – Wrestlemania Theme Songs That Make Us High

For WWE and its fans, Wrestlemania is not just an event but it’s an emotion. There’s a lot of anticipation and feelings attached to the event. Months before the WM night, fans go through that waiting phase, which itself is a lot of fun. One important aspect is the theme song which creates hype around the one single night (actually two if we talk of Wrestlemania 36). So today, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best theme songs that made us high.

I Made It – Wrestlemania 26 (Kevin Rudolf)

Sung by Kevin Rudolf, I Made It is one of the four official theme songs of Wrestlemania 26. The Undertaker versus Shawn Michaels, John Cena versus Batista and many more on the match card with this theme as a backdrop, still gives us goosebumps.

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Money And The Power – Wrestlemania 31 (Kid Ink)

Crooned by rapper Kid Ink has cool vibes to it which only added to the hype of Wrestlemania 31. It didn’t click at first hearing but became an earworm of WWE fans on hearing for multiple times.

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Good Feeling – Wrestlemania 28 (Flo Rida)

Before making its way to one of the five official theme songs of Wrestlemania 28, Good Feeling by Flo Rida was already a hit. It’s amongst the all-time favourites theme songs of the main event.

Invincible – Wrestlemania 28 (Machine Gun Kelly, Ft. Ester Dean)

Another official one of Wrestlemania 28 and this one is amongst classics. Machine Gun Kelly and Ester Dean voices were just in perfect sync with mania’s intensity.

My House – Wrestlemania 32 (Flo Rida)

Another hit from Flo Rida on the list. ‘Welcome To My House’ was the perfect invitation to fans for the festival night.

Blinding Lights – Wrestlemania 36 (The Weeknd)

2020’s event was really a passable one due to no presence of fans and cheering sound. Split over two nights, The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights was a much-needed theme song in setting the mood.

Written In The Stars – Wrestlemania 27 (Tinie Tempah, Ft. Eric Turner)

Written In The Stars is the all-time favourite amongst WWE fans (it’s an addiction for PG era lovers). With The Rock returning in the form as a special host, the event had huge hype and this composition took it to another level.

(Image courtesy- WWE, The Weeknd, Machine Gun Kelly/YouTube)

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  1. Did you read Dave Bautista’s zombie tweets? I saw there were a bunch of Army Of The Dead zombies at WrestleMania. Well from what I read some whiners weren’t happy. Honestly, I thought it was great!

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