Kota Ibushi has revealed the first half of his new entrance music, releasing the tune with a Tweet earlier today.
Earlier this year, the former IWGP World Heavyweight Champion was released from New Japan Pro Wrestling, nearly two years after his last match with the promotion.
He suffered an injury in the G1 Climax Final in 2021, suffering a loss by referee stoppage against Kazuchika Okada.
Ibushi did not wrestle again until his 2023 release, and looks to be back in the United States and making a splash – whether that be in AEW or WWE.
The Golden Star recently revealed his new entrance music, which he will presumably use on the independent scene, and wherever he decides to call his home for the next few years.
In a recent Tweet, Kota Ibushi revealed “the half version of the new entrance song” that he is planning to use going forward in his career.
The 40-year-old also claimed that the song was created “after many days of discussion with myself”.
“This is the half version of the new entrance song that we have been using since the U.S Tournament, and it was created after many days of discussion with myself!”
The above is translated from Ibushi’s Tweet below, which is in Japanese.
The Tweet also includes the song and the accompanying entrance video, so click below and check out Kota Ibushi’s new entrance theme!
This new entrance music could soon be blaring out in an AEW ring, hopefully as Kota Ibushi helps save The Elite from an attack by the Blackpool Combat Club.
The Golden Star has a long history with The Elite’s Kenny Omega, and a reformation of the Golden Lovers would be one of the biggest and most emotional moments in AEW history.
Click the link below to learn more about Ibushi and Omega’s tag team back in Japan, or tell us in the comments section what you think about Kota Ibushi’s new entrance music.
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