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The Fabulous Freebirds raise the volume
In the August edition of the Top 25 List's, WWE.com gave YOU the power to vote on your favorite entrance themes of all-time. And vote you did. With over 1 million votes tallied, the WWE Universe narrowed the list down to three themes: Legion of Doom's "What a Rush,"(LISTEN) Shawn Michaels' "Sexy Boy,"(LISTEN) and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's "Glass Shatters."(LISTEN)
In the opening of the Top 25 Entrance Themes of All Time, reference was made to The Fabulous Freebirds introducing music to the sports-entertainment world -- an innovation that deserves to be recognized beyond the list. Although The Freebirds only appeared on WWE TV twice, once using "Freebird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd and the second time using "Badstreet U.S.A.," (WATCH) Michael P.S. Hayes, Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts were the first to crank out tunes on the way to the ring. WWE.com recognizes this achievement, and would like to give The Freebirds credit where it is due. So, we are asking YOU to vote once more, as we match the very first entrance video, "Badstreet U.S.A.," against the three highest voted themes -- LOD's, HBK's and "Stone Cold's."
So take a look once more at the three themes you overwhelmingly voted as your favorites, and check out The Freebirds classic music video in its entirety -- and then make the ultimate choice. VOTE NOW