Malakai Black’s AEW arrival was welcomed by fans of Tony Khan’s company. The company presented him with insane entrance music, but that wasn’t the only music they prepared for him.

AEW composer Mike Rukus has developed entrance music for a ton of stars. He tweeted out the other day to say, “I did in fact have a theme prepared for Malakai while the licensing was getting situated. It was a back up just in case. You will be able to access it for use in the console game.”

Rukus then revealed that song for all to hear. It might not have made the cut for Black’s entrance music, but it will be in the game. In the end, Rukus also admitted that AEW went the right direction by using an Ogentroost track.

Matter of fact- here’s a Saturday night alternate listen. This is what I was preparing. I personally think Ogentroost was ABSOLUTELY the way to go, but had fun making this one nonetheless.


Odds are Malakai Black will continue making waves in AEW and he will have his Ogentroost entrance music to set the mood. It is interesting that AEW had a backup prepared just in case, and it also makes us wonder what other tracks Mikey Rukus might have cooked up that fans have never heard.

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