Julian Micevski is a Canadian professional wrestler signed with AEW. He goes by his ring name, Ethan Page. Page rose to prominence on the independent circuits. He is one half of the longest-reigning Impact World Tag Team Champions.
Micevski worked for several independent promotions in his early years, such as Evolve, ROH, and PWG. He focused his skills on tag team wrestling and won several tag team championships with different partners. In 2017, he signed an exclusive deal with Impact Wrestling.
Debut and The North (2017-2021)
Micevski made his impact debut as a cousin to Joseph Park, aka Abyss. They used him on television for a small period before being written off. In October, they introduced Micevski as Ethan Page. He established himself as a heel wrestler.
In April, Micevski teamed up with his independent circuit partner, Josh Alexander. They formed a new tag team called The North. At Bash at the Brewery, The North defeated LAX for the Impact World Tag Team Championship. They held the titles for 380 days before losing it to Motor City Machine Guns. They won the title back in less than a month and dropped it to The Good Brothers at Bound for Glory.
The team became unstable, and Micevski blamed his partner for the losses. Micevski dealt with his other personality, Karate Man, and the two dealt with each other at Hard to Kill. In the concluding moments, Karate Man ripped Ethan Page's heart to write him off of television. Micevski departed from the company and signed with AEW.
Micevski made his AEW debut at Revolution. After a few losses, Micevski teamed up with Scorpio Sky to form Men Of The Year. They feuded with Darby Allin and Sting and lost at Double or Nothing 2021. The duo aligned themselves with Dan Lambert and The American Top Team. They faced the Inner Circle at Full Gear in a Minneapolis Street Fight and lost. The duo is currently feuding with Sammy Guevara.