Ethan Page started working with AEW when he made his debut at AEW Revolution in March 2021. It has only been six months since he joined the company, but it looks like he already feels at home. According to him, AEW treats their talent like a big family and pays attention to their mental health as well.
Ethan Page revealed that AEW routinely sends out emails and conducts meetings to check on the talents’ mental health. The company has staff that looks after people and they reach out to the performers if needed. Here’s what Ethan told DAE on Demand about AEW feeling like a family:
“It’s huge. We get emails and have meetings and we have staff that looks after people and will reach out to people. There’s a large amount of people we can use and resources for things like that. AEW is a big family when it comes to the way we treat each other and think about each other.”
“After the coffin match, where I essentially died live on television against Darby Allin. I was not a fan of that. I came to the back and Tony Khan looked me in the eyes, shook my hand, and gave me the week off and told me to spend it with my family. Hard work gets rewarded and family time is valued by my boss. He has the best interest at heart when it comes to his talent.”
Ethan shared that after his insane Coffin Match at Fyter Fest 2021, where Darby Allin had dropped his entire body on him, Tony Khan asked him to take the following week off and spend time with his family. Ethan says that working hard in the company gets you rewarded and it’s made sure that talent get to spend time with their families.
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h/t to Fightful for the transcribed quotes