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The Dirty Sheets Podcast Ep. 58: The Difference Between a Booker and a Writer

We are a little over a week out from Wrestlemania and the boys atTeam Blue are going big! On this special combo episode we start with an interview with ex-WWE creative team member Brian Maxwell Mann. We talk the WWE’s creative process and discuss how things make it on TV and why. We are especially proud of this interview. It contains a heap of insider knowledge that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Next we discuss this week’s penultimate Smackdown on the road to Wrestlemania. Finally we close out the show with a return of one of our favorite guest to date. The incomparable Bruce Prichard, and we talk about his career, his podcast and his future with TNA and beyond. You don’t want to miss this episode!

Featuring: ‘Dirty Jesus’ Billi Bhatti (@billibhatti) and Nick (@nick_fromNY)

Special Guests: Brian Maxwell Mann (@BrianMaxMann) & Bruce Prichard (@BrucePrichard)

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Music by Wale (@wale)

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WWE Entrance Theme Guitar Medley

It’s no surprise that we here at The Steel Cage love entrance themes. From The Rock to Rollins, from The Real Americans to Rob Van Dam… there are plenty of catchy pieces of music in the annuals of wrestling history.

The beauty of most entrance songs is their simplicity so a lot of this video came to be purely from myself playing around and accidentally learning various wrestling riffs over the years.  I figured, ‘why not throw a bunch of these together and see what happens’?

For the musically inclined; this track is all in Drop C tuning, was recorded with an Epiphone Gibson Les Paul and an Ibanez bass and drums were tracked with Cubase.

Let us know what you think and feel free to suggest songs for future videos since this fun enough that I expect I’ll have more coming shortly.

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Top 10 WWE Theme Song Ripoffs

Derek lays the smack down on WWE Music and their lack of originality with theme songs these days. But as they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so does it really matter?

Whether you say these songs are inspired homages or cheap knock offs, you’ll probably be surprised by some of the songs on this list!

What did we miss? There are plenty more examples, both from current and past wrestlers. Stay tuned for a follow up video to this one, for sure…

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