Even if you're not a huge fan of the WWE, you're probably still familiar with John Cena's entrance music. That's just how big of a star Cena is. Hell, Cena dropped a banger with Wiz Khalifa last year. He truly has the game on lock and according to producer Jake One, that instrumental wasn't even made for Cena or the WWE in fact, but was made with Ghostface Killah in mind.
In an interview with the LA Times, Jake talked about the origin of the beat, and how he found the infectious horn sample while digging for records in Seattle. That's where he came across Pete Schofield and the Canadians "The Night the Lights Went Out In Georgia."
From that, Jake built the beat that eventually became the theme song to one of the biggest stars in WWE history. But, with this story now out there, we can only wonder what GFK would have sounded like on this beat. Oh well, chalk one up to history. Jake One's full interview can be read here.