Tony Khan Buys Rights For Jungle Boy's New Licensed AEW Entrance Theme

'Tarzan Boy' by Baltimora is now AEW's to use freely for Jungle Boy.

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All Elite Wrestling's Jungle Boy debuted some brand new entrance music on last night's episode of Dark, walking out to 'Tarzan Boy', the 1985 single from Italian Europop act Baltimora.

Company president Tony Khan hit Twitter after the show to confirm that he had brought the rights to the song, leaving AEW free to use it for Jungle Boy's entrances:-

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Jungle Boy seemed to appreciate the gesture:-

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This continues AEW's recent theme of using licensed pieces of music in certain occasions, with Khan securing the rights to Tom Waits' 'Ol' 55' in perpetuity, enabling its long-term use in tribute to Brodie Lee, who passed away on 26 December.

Jungle Boy's Jurassic Express teammate Marko Stunt has also debuted his own singles music in recent weeks. Luchasaurus presumably awaits the same treatment.

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The new entrance theme soundtrack an easy win for Jungle Boy on Dark, as he overcame ex-WWE wrestler Nick Comoroto in a squash match typical of the YouTube series. The 23-year-old is coming off an ascendant 2020 that saw him make steady advances up the card through feuds with the likes of MJF, further enhancing his status as one of AEW's most promising up-and-comers.

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