AEW has a lot of things going on after Forbidden Door, and many fans were shocked to see Jungle Boy’s heel turn. Now, it appears that Luke Perry’s son will get a brand-new presentation in AEW.

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According to Sean Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall, Jack Perry is set for some “big changes.” After working as a babyface for years, Jungle Boy is going to totally change up his persona, and entire presentation.

With Jack Perry’s new heel turn, there are some big changes in store for him.


After working as a babyface in AEW for four years, Jungle Boy Jack Perry is seeing a change in persona. However, we’re told that’s not all, as his babyface-friendly theme has been planned for a change as well. Sources familiar with the situation claim that a new theme has been set for Perry.

Tony Khan acquired the rights to Baltimora’s “Tarzan Boy” for Jungle Boy’s entrance theme in 2021, which quickly became a massive hit with the audience and an integral part of the AEW experience. The song not only resonated with the fans, but also encouraged active participation during Jungle Boy’s appearances.

Before this iconic theme, Jack Perry, alongside Luchasaurus and Marko Stunt, utilized a different entrance theme, which was eventually covered in AEW’s Symphony Series II, showcasing the diverse musical landscape within the promotion.

We will have to see what Jungle Boy does next in AEW, but there are some big plans for him. Only time will tell if a haircut is a part of that heel turn, as it was for Christian Cage many years ago.

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