Tony Khan Talks AEW Collision Theme & ‘Legendary Songs’ The Promotion Makes use of


In the case of skilled wrestling, what takes place between the ropes takes major significance. However within the intricate world of athletic theater that’s professional wrestling, it is usually a present’s presentation that ties the whole lot collectively. 

So when AEW proprietor Tony Khan discovered Elton John allowed the corporate to make use of his 1973 hit “Saturday Evening’s Alright For Combating” because the opening theme tune for the brand new “AEW: Collision” program, he knew it was an vital second.

“It is a actually massive deal,” Khan mentioned throughout an interview on the “Busted Open Radio” present. “I am very, very enthusiastic about this nice opening theme tune we have been in a position to get. And other people actually appear to like the present’s open. It simply felt to me like it could be the right tune and I actually get pleasure from engaged on these sorts of issues, movies, and theme songs.”

Grabbing the Elton John hit for its new Saturday night time program was one other feather in AEW’s cap in the case of the professional wrestling firm securing the rights for immensely widespread songs. The promotion has been in a position to get rights for extensively recognized songs like Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son,” Rancid’s “Ruby Soho,” and X’s cowl of “Wild Factor,” amongst many different hit tracks. 

Khan mentioned working with music rights is one among his favourite issues about working a professional wrestling firm. “One factor that we have executed in AEW that is been nice is deliver plenty of superior music into the world of professional wrestling on a weekly foundation,” he mentioned, referring to AEW’s use of “legendary” songs.

“I am not going to assert it was [cheap],” Khan laughed about buying the rights to make use of Elton John’s music. “Nevertheless it was the right match for the present. I actually wished to get it.”


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