WWE Talent Returns At House Show, Uses Old Theme Music
A WWE talent is back with their old entrance music
A WWE talent who had been away from the ring since before WrestleMania 38 returned over the weekend at a house show.
WWE held their latest Saturday Night's Main Event show on May 21 in Canton, Ohio, and the event featured Veer Mahaan against the returning Robert Roode, who made his way to the ring using his old 'Glorious' theme and all the pomp and circumstance of his NXT entrances.
Roode had been away from WWE since he competed in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal on the SmackDown before WrestleMania 38. Roode using his old gimmick comes at a time when his tag team partner Dolph Ziggler is off WWE TV due to his comedy tour.
Roode did use his 'Glorious' entrance music on WWE programming during his short return to NXT earlier this year. He initially debuted in WWE as The Glorious One back in 2016 and established himself as one of the then-black and gold brand's top stars, holding the NXT Title for 203 days in 2017.