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TNA wrestler Joe Hendry on his theme song charting: “I’ve achieved both of my dreams in one”

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Joe Hendry has spoken to NME about his wrestling theme song ‘I Believe In Joe Hendry’ entering the UK Singles download and sales charts.Last month, the Scottish athlete started a social campaign to get his upbeat theme song to the top spot on the UK Official Singles chart with the hope of “giving Taylor Swift a break from being Number One.”His grassroots campaign saw his song go viral online with wrestling fans creating memes, leading to ‘I Believe In Joe Hendry’ to top the iTunes charts – beating competition Swift, Hozier, Sabrina Carpenter, Beyoncé and more.

The song also debuted at Number Four on the UK Singles Download chart – the highest accomplishment for any wrestling song ever.“The last four weeks have been a whirlwind, but it’s been a lot of fun,” he told NME. “Just the positivity that I’ve received from both the wrestling and the music fan base has been such a blessing.”Hendry spoke to NME about the making of ‘I Believe In Joe Hendry’, his musical past and being able to combine his love for music and wrestling.The former Digital Media Champion revealed that he was in a band Lost in Audio for 10 years, touring with the likes of The Fratellis and The Subways, before giving up his musical dreams for professional wrestling.

During our interview however, he wasn’t keen to disclose the name of the band so that fans wouldn’t “find the cheesy demos” from his past life.Hendry cited The Beatles and Weezer as huge musical influences that sparked his curiosity in music-making.

He remembered being 10-years-old at his uncle’s New Year’s party and finding “a little cupboard that had lots of musical equipment, cassettes and vinyl”.“I wandered into this room and I was just taken aback by all the album artwork,” he explained. “I.

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