ROH/NJPW News: Hangman Adam Page comments on rise of the Bullet Club, future goals
What's the story?
Hangman Page is a part of one of the hottest deals in pro wrestling at this point. The Bullet Club has not only taken over the pro wrestling world, but have also transitioned their emblems to mean so much more with their emergence into Hot Topic stores, while breaking records in merchandising along with pro wrestling accolades. Still Real To Us recently spoke to Hangman Page, who recently retained the ROH Six Man Tag Team Championships at ROH Final Battle where the Bullet Club member discussed his future plans and rise of the infamous Bullet Club's popularity.
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Hangman Adam Page might hail from Aaron's Creek, Virginia, but he has created a big name for himself all over the world. As a member of the Bullet Club, he is certain to not only see many more career highlights but some amazing royalty checks as well.
Heart of the matter
Hangman Page spoke to Still Real To Us about the rise of the Bullet Club where he stated it was "insane" to him how the stable rose to such heights and has become "a bit of pop culture" at this point.
He also said that being a part of the Bullet Club has been career-changing for him, in not just a few ways but in every way. He also spoke about the ROH Six Man Tag Team Titles where he opined that titles don't make the team, but the team makes the title.
“I want to hold on to these Six-Man Titles for a long time. They are fairly new titles. Only three teams, maybe, have held them. I feel like it’s in our hands to make these titles special.”
It certainly appears that Hangman Page is well aware of the important position he's in as a member of The Elite. When asked about his future goals as a singles star, Page admitted he would like to have a go at the ROH Television Title next.
Of course, with Silas Young recently pulling down the TV Title in a hard-fought four-way elimination match at Final Battle, Page will have a huge fight on his hands if he wants to take Young's title. But Hangman Page has never been one to step down from a fight before.
As the Bullet Club continues their reign on top of the pro wrestling world there could be many more monumental moments in store for the young and hungry pro wrestling wunderkinds.
Hangman Page is a 26-year-old with plenty ahead of him. I can only imagine he's on WWE's radar, but it might be hard to keep his "Hangman" moniker in WWE seeing how even Karl Anderson needed to drop the "Machine Gun" from his name when jumping ship to WWE. But the story of Adam Page is still being written and there are sure to be plenty more great moments ahead of him.