One of the biggest, if not the biggest free agents in the history of wrestling decided not to re-sign with their former employer IMPACT Wrestling, instead he decided to sign with AEW. AEW’s newest signee Ethan Page recently spoke with The Hamilton Spectator about him signing with AEW and how long his AEW contract is for.
According to Ethan Page, he signed a three-year deal with AEW. Ethan Page made his AEW debut at their Revolution PPV as the surprise sixth entrant in the Face of the Revolution Ladder Match that also saw Scorpio Sky, Cody Rhodes, Penta El Zero M, Lance Archer and Max Caster compete in. The match featured Scorpio Sky picking up the huge win.
Ethan Page then got his first win in AEW on the episode of Dynamite following Revolution when he took on Lee Johnson in a Singles Match. Prior to signing with AEW, Ethan Page made a name for himself when he competed in IMPACT Wrestling, where he was a two-time IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Champion with Josh Alexander as part of The North.