Ethan Page pulled out of ACW’s December 4th event. He has come in contact with someone who is positive for COVID-19, and he must quarantine.
Page just wrapped up possibly his final round of Impact Wrestling television tapings. His contract is set to expire at the end of 2020. A 14-day quarantine will wrap up the rest of his 2020 calendar on the indies.
The former Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champion tweeted out that he has come in contact with a COVID-19 positive person, and he is quarantining himself for two weeks.
Wanted to apologize to @ACW_Wisconsin for having to miss Dec 4th’s upcoming event. I’ve come in contact w/ a covid positive person & will need to quarantine for 14 days. That will wrap up my 2020 schedule. Sorry @wwehornswoggle
Ethan Page’s next career move could be an interesting one. He has reported AEW interest, but his North tag team partner Josh Alexander’s Impact contract does not end at the same time as All Ego’s.
There were reportedly some in Impact Wrestling who were very upset about a member of the roster becoming infected with COVID-19. Some wrestlers were told about it, and others were not. It’s unclear if that situation caused this quarantine for Ethan Page.
It is also important to note that Page did not disclose a positive test. He is simply taking all the precautions needed as a responsible person during a pandemic.