AEW’s Saraya debuted a new entrance song when she first appeared on AEW Dynamite, which was performed by her current boyfriend.
Formerly known as Paige, she is one of the most popular female wrestlers of all time.
Her matches in NXT helped inspire the Women’s Revolution in WWE, although injuries forced her into retirement when women were finally getting main event matches in the company.
Luckily for the fans, the Englishwoman was cleared to wrestle again in 2022, after signing for AEW. She debuted on September 21st, 2022 on AEW Dynamite, at the Grand Slam episode of the show.
Saraya’s appearance was a complete shock, with fans not recognising it was her until she walked out onto the stage.
This was because of Saraya’s new entrance music. In WWE, her iconic entrance music “Stars in the night” was instantly recognisable, so without it fans were not as familiar with Saraya’s work.
However, her new entrance theme has quickly become a huge hit with the fans, and was actually performed by Saraya’s current boyfriend.
What Is Saraya’s AEW Entrance Music?
Saraya’s entrance mucis is “Zombified” by American band “Falling In Reverse”. She has used the song as her entrance theme since 2022, when she left the WWE to sign for AEW.
The first time Saraya used Zombified as her entrance theme was at AEW Grand Slam 2022, where she made her shock debut in the company.
“Zombified” is a song by American rock band Falling in Reverse. It was released on January 5, 2022, through Epitaph Records. The song was released as the first single from the band’s upcoming EP titled Neon Zombie, and has become one of their biggest hits.
The lead singer of the band is the current boyfriend of Saraya, which explains why she has a fully-licensed song as her entrance music in AEW.
Who Is Saraya’s Boyfriend?
AEW’s Saraya’s current boyfriend is Ronnie Radke, the current lead singer of the band Falling In Reverse.
The Falling In Reverse singer was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, on December 15, 1983. He is currently 39 years old. Ronnie Radke’s last known work was Neon Zombie, an extended play that was released last year.
Saraya is trying to get her boyfriend to perform her entrance song for her, live at Wembley Stadium.
Speaking with “The Bet Las Vegas and Sporting Tribune,” Saraya spoke about the band hopefully performing at All In, likening the event to AEW’s WrestleMania,
“I’m actually getting — trying to get — my song that I use, not the Outcasts one but Zombified, that’s my boyfriend’s band. I walk out to that song and I love it. But since it’s like such a big event, it’s like our WrestleMania, I’m like [thinking] Falling In Reverse, Ronnie, should come over and perform in Wembley Stadium, the entrance, kind of like how they did perform at WrestleMania with the entrances.
“There’s room, so I really want to incorporate Falling In Reverse into that so that when I walk down the ramp they can play the whole song. Again, 90,000 people, you have to make it special and people should get special entrances and stuff like that, so I want to do that.”