The Four Horsemen Theme Song (WCW)




Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Jan 3, 2010

★★ http://www.mediafire.com/?ny23mwezhqz ★★
**No copyright infringement is intended. These videos are only meant for people's enjoyment, not for a profit. For entertaining purpose only.
★★The Legendary Four Horsemen's Theme Song★★

► Ric Flair (19861991, 19931999)
► Arn Anderson (19861988, 19901999) ► Ole Anderson (19861987; 1990; 1993)
► Tully Blanchard (19861988)
► James J. Dillon (19861989)
► Lex Luger (1987)
► Barry Windham (19881989; 19901991)
► Sting (19891990)
► Sid Vicious (19901991)
► Paul Roma (1993)
► Brian Pillman (19951996)
► Chris Benoit (19951997; 19981999)
► Steve "Mongo" McMichael (19961999)
► Curt Hennig (1997)
► Dean Malenko (19981999)

► Kendall Windham (1989)
► Jeff Jarrett (1997)
► David Flair (1999)

► James J. Dillon (manager)
► Baby Doll (Blanchard's valet)
► Dark Journey (Blanchard's valet)
► Hiro Matsuda (manager)
► Woman (Ric Flair's valet, and Benoit's wife and valet)
► Fifi (Ric Flair's maid during A Flair for the Gold segment; portrayed by Wendy Barlow)
► Miss Elizabeth (Ric Flair's valet)
► Debra McMichael (Steve McMichael's wife and valet)
► Bobby Heenan (coached them for one match at The Great American Bash in 1996)
► Charles Robinson (Ric Flair's biased referee in 1999)
► Double D (Ric Flair's nurse)
► Samantha / Torrie (David Flair's valet while he hung out with them)

If u want to learn more about the legendary four horsemen, just go to this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Hor...

  • Category

  • Song

  • Artist

    • Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm
  • Album

    • WWE: The Music of WCW
  • Licensed to YouTube by

    • WWEMusic (on behalf of WWE, Inc.); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, ARESA, LatinAutor, and 3 Music Rights Societies

Comments • 1,985

8-Bit Eric
Anyone else enter any room slowly, while playing this on their phone, holding four fingers up?
View 90 replies
Hide replies
This music makes me want to call up my three best friends so we can beat up Dusty Rhodes.
View 51 replies
Hide replies
Arn Anderson; The best wrestler ever to not win the world title.
View 44 replies
Hide replies
"Diamonds are forever and so are the Four Horsemen!"
View 3 replies
Hide replies
I wish ric flair stayed in his 30's
View 25 replies
Hide replies
sounds like an 80s action movie where the good guy arrives, tells the bad guy "put her down and let her go" bad guy asks "or what?" then good guy says "or theres gonna be some trouble here" the girl escapes somehow, runs away, good guy makes his walk through smoke and night light, kicks the bad guy's ass and then delivers 80s punchline... (insert badass 80s action movie line)
View 12 replies
Hide replies
Damn, this song is sexy! I want this played during my funeral as I am being lowered into the ground.
View 6 replies
Hide replies
I never noticed as a kid but this is straight up late night cinemax porn music.
View 27 replies
Hide replies
And Ric Flair sad unto the world "let there be no opposable thumbs in my presence."  And he saw it and it was good.  Amen.
View 4 replies
Hide replies
During the whole duration of this song, i'm just holding up four fingers for some reason lmao .
View 6 replies
Hide replies
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...