I know that wrestling fans aren't generally known for being arbiters of good taste and such, but I was sort of shocked at the warm embrace that so many seemed to give to that hackneyed-to-the-nth-degree Downstait band. It almost got to the point where nearly every person on the roster was sporting a variation of the same generic radio-rock bullshit for their respective theme, and people were, like, really enthusiastic about it. I never got that.
Not just Jelle, but a lot of people seem quick to write off stuff like Yoshi Tatsu's theme because it's breezy and fun and, I guess, like, not manly enough for them to feel secure with their heterosexuality, but I personally prefer distinctive, unique stuff like that over the paint-by-numbers nu-metal crap that they've become so over-reliant on now. Themes are supposed to help add some kind of dimension and character to the personality that they're representing, and all of this same-sounding ShineHinderBack bullshit just ain't getting it done.