In a social media campaign, AEW star Austin Gunn has turned to fans to support his request for the reinstatement of a special entrance theme for his tag team, The Gunns. Gunn has specifically asked AEW President Tony Khan to bring back the memorable song that was used during a previous televised event.

The distinctive theme in question is “Many Men (Wish Death)” by 50 Cent, a hit track from 2003. The Gunns debuted this song as their entrance theme during the April 5 episode of AEW Dynamite. Although they didn’t retain their AEW World Tag Team Championships that night, their entrance accompanied by the iconic tune made a lasting impression on the audience.

Austin Gunn has taken to Twitter, urging AEW fans to join him in his quest to have the beloved theme song permanently restored. In a tweet, he declared that if the tweet received 1,000 retweets, Tony Khan would be obliged to grant their request.

To further emphasize the significance of the song to fans, Austin Gunn encouraged them to tag Tony Khan in their tweets, demonstrating the widespread support for bringing back “Many Men” as The Gunns’ permanent entrance theme. The tweet quickly gained traction and surpassed the 1,000 retweet goal.


As fans eagerly await a response from Tony Khan, the question remains whether he will grant The Gunns’ request and reinstate the popular entrance theme. While Tony Khan’s most recent tweet celebrated positive AEW ratings figures, fans hope that he will address the tag team’s plea soon.

Do you want to see The Gunns use 50 Cent’s Many Men song for their entrance again? Let us know in the comments.

Steve Carrier

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