Code Orange Offer to Make a New Theme Song for Bray Wyatt After WWE Release

Published 08/01/2021, 9:55 AM EDT


Imagine a wrestler making his way out, but there’s no entrance music playing while the wrestler is walking. Makes no sense, right? In the pro-wrestling industry, the entrance music for wrestlers is as important as the wrestlers themselves, from time to time we have witnessed several cool entrance music, and one recent example was the theme song of Bray Wyatt aka The Fiend.

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In a shocking turn of events; WWE has released Wyatt from his contract which is still something the wrestling community is wrapping their minds around it.

The American hardcore punk band named ‘Code Orange’ has offered to produce a new theme song for Bray Wyatt now that he is no longer with WWE.

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The punk band ‘Code Orange’ provided the music for his alter-ego ‘The Fiend’, the song name is “Let Me In”, which was an upgraded version of singer Mark Crozer’s song “Live in Fear,” which was Wyatt’s old theme before leaving WWE programming in November 2018.

Code Orange took to Twitter and said that they are prepared to cast new music for Wyatt when he gets back into the ring elsewhere.

During the SummerSlam PPV in August 2019, Bray Wyatt, while in his ‘Fiend’ persona, premiered new entrance music performed by Code Orange.

Professional Wrestling: WWE SummerSlam: Bray Wyatt (top) in action vs Finn Balor during a match at Barclays Center.
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CREDIT: Chad Matthew Carlson (Photo by Chad Matthew Carlson /Sports Illustrated via Getty Images)
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WWE receives backlash after firing Bray Wyatt

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It seems very hard to not fight a suitable storyline for your hottest character in recent times. Wyatt came up with a new character and it was all over the internet and WWE benefited big time from merchandise sales.

Ever since the company released Wyatt, the internet has just blown up into WWE’s face. From current superstars to ex-WWE superstars everyone questioned Vince McMahon’s decision.

Ex-WWE superstar Mickie James, blamed WWE for not thanking Bray Wyatt thoroughly, and stealing his ‘Fiend’ gimmick, and handing it to Alexa Bliss.

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Let’s wait for what happens when Bray Wyatt releases his side of the story.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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