The Best WWE Entrances Of All Time

First impressions are everything

Wrestling has taken a pretty decent hit over the years but it’s on the up and up again. There is finally a good group of likeable heros matched with a generous amount villainy heels to make the story and shows worth your time and money.

If you don’t know much about wrestling, a wrestlers entrance is everything. If you don’t have a good one, you’re going to be left behind. Take a look at the best WWE (and WWF) entrances of all time.

Ultimate Warrior
The way this dude runs into the ring like a bat out of hell is amazing even the commentator says “he better save some energy for the match”.

Chris “Y2J” Jericho
One of the best parts about Y2J’s entrance is that your screen links up with the titantron for a brief moment before he walks down the ramp.

Animal and Hawk, The Legion Of Doom
When you have a payper view event on your hands, you need to upgrade your entrance game. That’s exactly what The Legion Of Doom did by driving a couple choppers to the ring.

Vince McMahon
Vinny Mac’s entrance was never mind blowing but you have to respect that ridiculous, border line pimp strut he takes to the ring.

Hulk Hogan
A master of showman ship, Hulk’s entrances got better as he got older. The “I can’t hear you bit” has made it’s way into everyone’s lives at some point.

This was a tough one, the motorcycle Undertaker era could have been here as well but creepy Undertaker with Paul Bearer wins this round.

Razor Ramon
One of the best heels to wrestle in WWE, the way Razor would slap fans hands away he they tried to get near him was a perfect touch for his character.


Probably the weirdest entrance you’ll ever see, you can’t say Goldust didn’t commit to his persona. You knew the strip tease jacket take off was coming but it was still always a big “WTF” moment.

Triple H
IT’S TIME TO PLAY THE GAME! Motorhead supplied Triple H with one of the best entrance songs of all time and the epic water spit as he stepped into the ring

Jeff Hardy
At the time Jeff Hardy was the punk rock kid of the WWE, the face paint and “dance” he did on his way out added fuel to the “is this guy insane?” fire.

Brett “Hitman” Hart

Shawn Michaels
The fireworks, the confetti, the fact he sings his own theme. All of this are contributing factors as to why the Heart Break Kid is on this list.

When the lights go out and the fire rises it was time for Kane. His look has gotten progressively lamer as time went on but this was Kane at his best.

The Rock
The crowd pop on The Rock’s entrances we’re always near deafening. The look, the attitude and the swagger helped get Dwayne Johnson on the list.