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Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

It’s a well-known story that the song “Glorious” was not written for Roode, and that it was written for another wrestler, who turned it down. So it was sitting there and Roode was given it and it’s really made his career. The identity of the wrestler who turned it down hadn’t come out, but it was Nakamura. Nakamura was hands on when it came to his music, felt the song didn’t fit him, and was a big part of putting together the song “The Rising Son” which is the most played of all the current WWE themes. As it turned out, fate was good because, and maybe this is because we’ve seen it, but the song fits Roode better and Nakamura may not fit the song. In both cases, the music they ended up with have helped both tremendously, making them both superstars and allowing them to get over toning down their in-ring work with both nearing 40.
 

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That's weird. It's too similar to Roode's TNA theme!

 

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That's weird. It's too similar to Roode's TNA theme!

Wow, and to think this was Bobby Roode's original glorious theme in TNA before he went on to NXT to officially become....



....GLORIOUS!!!!
 

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And that little decision from Nakamura to turn it down made the careers of both Roode and Nak.
 
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