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The Greatest Wrestling Themes of All Time: Final Four results

After getting our wrestling themes tournament down to just one final matchup, we have but one question: Are you ready to play the game?

It’s been a long road, but thanks to your help, we’ve whittled a 128-song bracket down to just two, and…well, fans who are critical of Triple H aren’t going to be happy with this one. What can we say? However you feel about The Game, he’s pretty much always had some killer theme songs.

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly wrestling podcast, PTW!

Take a look at the bracket as it stands today, as well as the results below, and check back later for the FINALS of the tournament to determine the greatest wrestling theme of all time!

The Greatest Wrestling Themes of All Time: Final Four results

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin (“I Won’t Do What You Tell Me”) vs. D-Generation X (“Are You Ready?”)

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin: 48%
D-Generation X: 52%

Winner: D-Generation X

John Cena (“The Time Is Now”) vs. Triple H (“The Game”)

John Cena: 40%
Triple H: 60%

Winner: Triple H

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