Tommaso Ciampa Explains Emotional Meaning Behind New Entrance Music

Tommaso Ciampa Explains Emotional Meaning Behind New Entrance Music WWE

Tommaso Ciampa has addressed his WWE music change, explaining why the message of his new entrance theme resonates with him.

Fans had criticized WWE for replacing Ciampa’s iconic ‘No-One Will Survive’ theme with the new ‘Fight To Survive’ walk-out track on last night’s (February 28) episode of WWE Raw.

On Instagram, Ciampa noted that his new music spreads a message that he truly believes in.

Sharing a photo of himself on Raw, Ciampa captioned the post:

– Let’s address the elephant in the room. Personally, I like the new music. More importantly, I love the message: “fight to survive”. It resonates with me on a deeper level. We all face our own struggles in life, obstacles we must overcome, we all have our own “fight” …whether that’s a battle with mental health, cancer, a physical disability, self doubt, or anything else… we must always choose to “fight to survive”.

Over the past few years, I’ve become far more active with charities and non profits like Give Kids the World Village. The pandemic has swept the nation. And to be quite honest, with the current state of things, I’d much rather spread a message like “fight to survive” than “no one will survive”. I sure as heck would rather teach my daughter that lesson.

I’ve been in this business for 17 years now. My platform has never been bigger than it is right now. My moment is now, literally and metaphorically. And everyday, I choose to “fight to survive”.

On the show, Ciampa pinned Robert Roode in singles action. The NXT veteran returned to Raw on last week’s episode, teaming with Finn Balor to defeat Roode and Dolph Ziggler.

You can view WWE win/loss records for 2022 at this link.


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