The Hives record company maybe hasn't allowed it for public use,
i.e DVD's CD's.
Her current song is in Smackdown Vs. Raw 2006 and Day of Reckoning
games for Ps2 and Gamecube, so I don't think this is the case.
WWE usually does not have themes of wrestlers on anything they sell
so they do not have to pay royalties unless of course WWE produced
the music. They will dub the music using generic or the wrestlers
old theme. Sometimes they will buy the song indefintly like
Austin's song by Disturbed or hogan's real American. Back in the
VHS days, the technoligy was not there to dub the music so they
were forced to pay royalties. On the new wrestlemania anthology
set, a lot of the music is dubbed including boss man's, koko b.
ware's (they both sung the songs themselves), Demolition's and
Jimmy Snuka's. Another dubbing WWE does is Jesse Ventura's
commentary. WWE always makes anyone who does announcing for a match
to sign a contract that says WWE never has to pay them royalties to
use their voice. Jesse never signed it back in 1984 and WWE just
ignored it. In 1994, 4 years after Jesse left WWE, he filed a
lawsuit against them and was awarded over 600,000 dollars. Not up
until 2002 did WWE begin dubbing Jesse's voice on DVD's. All of his
WCW commentary is also edited on DVD's. You can notice this on
Roberts, Warriors, Foley's, and other DVD's. They had to pay him
for the Wrestlemania anthology because he hosted wrestlemania 1-6
and would be pretty pointless to edit every match. Jesse does
appear on Hogan's hulk still rules DVD though. not sure why.