Top Five Funniest Songs from '80s WWF Album 'Piledriver'
3. "Mean" Gene Okerlund & Rick Derringer - "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo"
Rock legend Rick Derringer has written some of wrestling's most memorable tunes. From Hulk Hogan's "Real American" to Demolition's theme, his guitar revolutionized the way superstars walked out to the squared circle. Returning the favor is famed announcer "Mean" Gene Okerlund covering Derringer's breakout hit "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo," complete with a video that combines the best elements of Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher" with Troma's Class of Nuke 'Em High for a boot-full of '80s mayhem.
2. Strike Force & Robbie Dupree - "Girls in Cars"
Robbie Dupree kicked off the 80s with his romantic soft-rock hit "Steal Away," so who better then to write an entrance theme for the high-flying tag team Strike Force? If you like your high-octane grappling action buried in the metaphor of pastel attired seagull-accented walks on the beach, then the opening track "Girls in Cars" is for you!