Rhea Ripley is a newcomer to WWE who recently changed her theme song to ‘Money’ by Seether and proves that you don’t need a catchy pop song to get your music noticed.
The evolution of Rhea’s theme song
Rhea Ripley’s self-titled theme song has undergone a few changes since she first debuted in WWE. The most notable change was made after she won the NXT Women’s Championship when her music was updated to reflect her new status as champion.
Since then, her theme song has remained largely unchanged, though it has been tweaked a few times to keep up with her ever-evolving character. The most recent update came after she turned heel and joined forces with Charlotte Flair, and her music now features a heavy metal edge that perfectly suits her new persona.
Who knows what the future holds for Rhea Ripley’s theme song? But one thing is for sure: it will always evolve to perfectly match her badass attitude.
Rhea Ripley’s new theme song
WWE’s new theme song for Rhea Ripley is no more. The song, which was only a few seconds long, was played during her entrance at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV.
Fans were not impressed with the new theme song, and many took to social media to voice their displeasure. WWE quickly responded and announced that they would be changing the theme song.
Rhea Ripley’s new theme song has not been announced yet, but it is likely that WWE will choose something that is more in line with her current character.
Thoughts on the change
It’s been a little over a week since Rhea Ripley made her WWE television debut, and fans have noticed something different about her: she no longer has her original theme song.
Ripley debuted in NXT UK with a rock-heavy theme that perfectly matched her edgy persona. However, when she made the jump to NXT USA, she was given a new, more subdued theme.
Fans were quick to notice the change, and many took to social media to express their thoughts on it. Some feel that the new theme doesn’t fit Ripley, as well as the old one, did, while others believe that it better suits her more toned-down personality in NXT USA.
Personally, I think the new theme is growing on me. I like how it’s a bit more understated than her previous one; it makes her seem more dangerous and unpredictable. And while I’ll always love the old theme, I’m excited to see what Ripley does with this new one.
Thoughts on the decision
When I first heard that WWE was getting rid of Rhea Ripley’s theme song, I was really upset. I loved that song and it had become synonymous with her character. However, after giving it some thought, I realized that it might not be such a bad thing.
WWE is always changing and evolving, and sometimes that means making tough decisions like this. While I’m sad to see Rhea Ripley’s theme song go, I’m excited to see what the future holds for her. She’s an incredibly talented Superstar with a bright future ahead of her.
I’m sure she’ll have an amazing new theme song that will perfectly capture who she is as a performer. I can’t wait to hear it and see her continue to thrive in WWE.
Continuation of thoughts
As we noted before, Rhea Ripley’s new theme song is no more. The NXT UK Women’s Champion took to Twitter to reveal that she has ditched the new music in favor of her old theme, “Bloodline.”
Ripley made the announcement shortly after WWE aired a vignette for her return at NXT TakeOver: Portland. In the video, Ripley is seen walking through a dark forest with her new music playing in the background.
However, it looks like Ripley has had a change of heart and has decided to go back to her old theme song. It’s unclear why Ripley made the switch, but it could be due to fan feedback or simply because she prefers her old theme song over the new one.
Either way, it’s good to see Ripley sticking with her old theme song. It’s become synonymous with her character and is one of the best bits of music in NXT UK.
Benefits of the process
Rhea Ripley: WWE’s New Theme Song Is No More
The process of creating a new theme song for Rhea Ripley was a collaborative effort between WWE Music Group and Sony/ATV. The goal was to create a theme that would capture Ripley’s unique personality and appeal to her fan base.
The result is a theme that is both catchy and empowering. It captures Ripley’s rebel spirit, and the lyrics encourage her fans to stand up for themselves. The song is also accessible to a wider audience, thanks to its use of popular culture references.
The benefits of the process are twofold. First, it resulted in a great theme song for Rhea Ripley. Second, it was a collaborative effort between WWE Music Group and Sony/ATV, which will help to promote synergy between the two companies.
What Happened When Rhea Heard Her New Song for the First Time
Rhea Ripley: WWE’s New Theme Song Is No More
Rhea Ripley made her return to the NXT UK brand last night at TakeOver: Cardiff, and she came out with a new theme song.
The new song is called “No More”, and it was written and performed by CFO$ (the same team behind many other current WWE themes).
Rhea had previously used an instrumental version of the song as her entrance music, but this is the first time we’ve heard the full version with lyrics.
And it seems like Rhea liked what she heard! She posted a clip of her entrance on Twitter, writing, “I’m back and I’m better than ever.”
Rhea Ripley’s WWE theme song, “No More,” has been removed from the company’s website and streaming services. The song, which was released in 2017, was written by former WWE Music Group producer Jim Johnston. It is unknown why WWE has decided to remove the song from its platforms.
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