Aleister Black Unveils Unused WWE Theme Song; Shares Insight Into His Promos

Aleister Black has shared a sneak peek at what would have been his new WWE entrance theme.

Before his release on June 2, vignettes began airing for Black (Tommy End) in April where he debuted his new Dark Father character. On the May 21 episode of SmackDown, Black took out Big E, costing him the Intercontinental Championship in a fatal four-way bout. There has been no follow-up ever since.

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Earlier this week while speaking on Twitch, Black revealed that he was supposed to have new music with the new character.

"We just created a new song for Aleister Black and you guys didn't get to hear it. It was the best one so far. I had a hand in creating and writing it. I'm sure they'll use it on someone else. No Man's Land, the original version, I have the audio rights. When I come back, I will have my own song," he said.

Fans didn't have to wait very long to hear the track, as Black unveiled it on his latest stream.

Black didn't stop there, however, as he also took to Instagram to share some insight on the thought behind some of his earlier main roster promos. Here is what he wrote.

"Did you know:

- if you go back to the room promos the color of the lights were the color of my upcoming opponent’s gear? I did this because I liked the idea that Aleister Black had precognitive abilities in a sense that “destiny” showed him glimpses of the future.

I would also use certain words or sentences that would predict my opponents for the coming week(s). I couldn’t always change or influence what was said so I used the lights to accomplish this.

More to come."

Promising more to come, Fightful will keep you updated on whatever Black shares next.

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