According to Mick Foley's first autobiography, Have a Nice Day!, when he was brought into the WWF as the deranged monster Mankind, he requested a beautiful piano sonata as his exit music, specifically for the Soundtrack Dissonance when compared to the match that had preceded it. He cited a scene from The Silence of the Lambs as his inspiration to do so.
The Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal, Death-Defying Garbage WrestlerSabu's theme in Impact Championship Wrestling? Madonna's Like A Virgin.
Santino Marella's WWE theme is loud, boastful, even regal. Santino Marella is a clown that makes up for what he lacks in makeup with a unibrow.
Tiffany's WWECW theme, opened with the lyrics "I'm insatiable, I can't get enough! I need to find a boy!" The thing was, she was the show's general manager, the boss. And that's exactly how she acted, with no hint that she was a love crazy maniac.
Kevin Steen's theme "Unsettling Differences" is seemingly about how professional wrestling is a rough sport, a rougher business, how he wants to make the best of it and will be a decent guy so long as you don't cross him but will mess you up if you do. Steen is of course, an irrationally hateful brute who attacks people have done nothing to him just to spite people he has perceived gripes against.
Brittany's TNA theme, is instantly recognizable, powerful and appropriately dramatic for a champion. Thing is, Brittany's just a manager who has done the job all but one of the times she actually wrestled, and that victory was thanks to Lei'D Tapa's mistake.