As anyone who follows pro wrestling knows, wrestlers each have their own entrance theme, a song so identified with them that when it plays, fans know they're coming. John Cena performs his own theme, The Time is Now. Triple H has The Game by Motorhead. For the most part, wrestlers choose themes that fit their ring persona--Randy Orton, for example, has Voices ("I hear voices in my head...."). Stacy Keibler, known for her long, long legs, chose--you guessed it--Legs. The Undertaker, of course, used Rest in Peace for years. And Shawn Michaels became known for his lively Sexy Boy--a song he confessed he once hated.
A few years ago, I took several just-for-fun online quizzes. One of them was "What's Your Theme Song?" According to the quiz, mine would be ABBA's Dancing Queen. I'm not sure I agree with that. There have been days I've thought a better choice might be Britney Spears' Oops! I Did It Again!
When a friend became embroiled in an online feud with another woman, Collin and I tried to imagine them thrashing it out in the ring--not only how the smackdown would go, but what their entrance themes might be. We didn't agree on music for our friend, but only one song could accurately depict her opponent: Pink's Don't Let Me Get Me ("I'm my own worst enemy, I'm a hazard to myself....")
I was going to suggest themes for friends here, but after giving it some thought, I'd much rather hear what songs you all might choose for yourselves. Go for it!