Ethan Page debuted at AEW Revolution in the Face of the Revolution ladder match. He didn’t win, but Page certainly made his mark in All Elite Wrestling. He’s not going away either.

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During the media scrum after Revolution, Tony Khan said that they’ve had Ethan Page up their sleeves for a while. There was some issue with his work visa, but that is apparently cleared up.

Ethan Page will now be a part of the AEW roster as a heel for the long haul, and Tony Khan is very excited about it.

“Ethan Page is someone we’ve had up our sleeves for a while and we’ve really been looking forward to him getting that work visa and being over here for Revolution. We plan to feature him.”

Ethan Page is a multi-time tag team champion in Impact Wrestling. Then the company literally murdered him in his final cinematic match against himself. That situation seemed to be a messy one, and Page called out Impact Wrestling management for lying to him.

That situation did not stop AEW from bringing him in and now All Ego is back on television. Hopefully, he will be able to make a big difference in the process. In case you’re wondering, Ethan Page and Joey Janela squashed their previous beef in October 2020.

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