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Kid Rock to Enter Celebrity Wing of WWE Hall of Fame

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One of the greats of the music industry will now be immortalized in the WWE Hall of Fame.

Kid Rock, whose New Orleans song will be the official theme for WrestleMania 34 this coming April, will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6th at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans.

Kid Rock has performed on multiple occasions for WWE programming and is best known by WWE fans for his song American Badass  in which The Undertaker used in his return to the ring in the spring of 2000.

The most important part of that song for Undertaker was how it would help his transition.

For a decade, he personified a “dead man” who had mythical abilities. A man who some wondered if he was a man at all. His entrance music encapsulated who the Undertaker character was at that current time.

His re-emergence after many months as this bad ass biker needed music to capture that same feel.

Enter Kid Rock.

Only Kid Rock could have a song that could mesh so well with Undertaker’s human side. A cool biker who dressed in jean work shirts with matching jeans. Undertaker fit the bad ass persona because he was a true American who loved motorcycles and proved to be tougher than a two dollar steak.

Undertaker became The American Bad Ass thanks to the association of Kid Rock’s song.

Behind every good and memorable wrestler is a good theme song that everyone will remember forever. A song that could get the entire crowd enthralled within every musical note and high vocal.

Kid Rock’s American Badass did just that.

His music has graced the WWE scene for the past two decades and there is no doubt he truly deserves this Hall of Fame honor.


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