Impact Wrestling has signed a couple of their current stars to contract extensions recently and now they have another one locked down. Slam Wrestling reports that “All Ego” Ethan Page has signed a new deal with Impact Wrestling.

This two-year contract ensures that Page will be around Impact Wrestling for even longer. It would stand to reason that this signing could also come with a push too considering how the company knows that he isn’t going anywhere now.

Ethan Page was actually off of Impact Wrestling television for much of 2018, but it wasn’t his fault because he had visa issues. Page explained that his lack of a work visa was one of the primary reasons why he re-signed with Impact Wrestling.

“A big part of it was being able to continue to work in America legally, because of the work visa situation.”

Being from Canada, Page had issues with his work visa which kept him from performing stateside for a while, but now this new deal will assist with that. Impact Wrestling’s roster continues to grow and with talented stars sticking around, hopefully, they will be able to draw an audience.

Felix Upton

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