Ethan Page made a name for himself in Impact Wrestling but decided to take a chance on himself by becoming a free agent. He ended up signing with AEW.
Scott Radley of The Hamilton Spectator has a feature on Page, which noted that his contract with AEW is a three-year deal.
Before signing with AEW, he had been a regular player on Impact Wrestling TV where he found success alongside Josh Alexander as a member of The North.
He made his All Elite Wrestling debut as the surprise sixth entrant in the Face of the Revolution ladder match that also featured Scorpio Sky, Cody Rhodes, Penta El Zero Miedo, Lance Archer, and Max Caster at the Revolution pay-per-view event earlier this month. Sky ended up winning the match.
Fast forward to the March 10th episode of Dynamite, he had his first singles match under the AEW banner by beating Lee Johnson.
Page doesn’t have a match lined up for this week’s edition of Dynamite, which was taped last Thursday from Jacksonville, Florida at Daily’s Place. AEW returns with live programming next Wednesday.