Newly signed All Elite Wrestling star Adam Cole is campaigning for his theme song to be used by an NHL team.
On Monday (September 13), the former NXT champion and current 'Elite' member quote-tweeted the Philadelphia Flyers' tweet announcing their search for a new goal song for the 2021-22 season.
"Easy choice…it’s all about tha #BOOM," Cole tweeted, along with a YouTube link to his new AEW theme song, 'All About That (BOOM!),' produced by Mikey Rukus.
Cole walked out to the theme song during his initial AEW debut at the All Out pay-per-view earlier this month, interrupting a post-match promo by AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and 'The Elite,' seemingly to get revenge on the group from being 'killed off' their YouTube series Being the Elite -- prior to joining NXT in 2017 -- but instead rejoined the group.
The debut came days after PWInsider.com reported WWE issued an internal memo on August 30 advising that the former NXT champion was no longer with the company after previous reports that his contract was set to expire.
Cole is a one-time NXT Champion, the inaugural NXT North American Champion and a one-time NXT Tag Team Champion alongside former Undisputed Era members Roderick Strong, Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly.
The 32-year-old has spent the majority of his tenure with WWE competing for the NXT brand since signing in 2017.
Cole is also a native of Lancaster -- despite being billed from Panama City, Florida -- and made his professional wrestling debut for the Philadelphia based Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) in 2008.
Last season, the Flyers used 'Feel the Shake' by Jetboy as their goal song.