Impact Wrestling News: Top Independent star debuts for the promotion in Canada TV tapings
What’s the story?
During Impact Wrestling’s recent TV tapings in Canada this week, former AAW Heavyweight Champion “All Ego” Ethan Page made his debut for the company and wrestled under the name of Chandler Park.
He was also accompanied to the ring by Joseph Park and it is likely that Page will now be managed by Park himself for the time being, in the Impact Zone.
In case you didn’t know…
Ethan Page first made his professional wrestling debut in 2006 and has been trained by Adam Flash, Ernie Moore, and famous NJPW wrestler Michael Elgin.
Page is considered as one of the most talented and hard-working superstars in the Independent scene and is mostly known for his work with Evolve Wrestling, for whom he wrestled from 2014-2017.
Throughout his career, Page has won numerous championships in the independent wrestling scene including the AAW Tag Team Championship with his trainer Michael Elgin. He's also a former Evolve Tag Team Champion with ACH. Page also currently holds the Alpha-1 Tag Team titles with Ring of Honor Champion and Bullet Club member Cody Rhodes.
The heart of the matter
Impact Wrestling fans have noted that earlier today that former Evolve star Ethan Page made his debut for the American promotion during their recent TV tapings in Ottawa, Canada.
“All Ego” Ethan Page announced his departure from Evolve earlier in the year and on Thursday’s Impact tapings, Page wrestled for the first time for a global company, in the form of Impact Wrestling.
The 28-year-old was introduced to Impact fans as Chandler Park and was managed on the night by Abyss’ “brother” Joseph Park. After his Impact debut, Page himself tweeted out thanking the company for the opportunity given.
Impact Wrestling continues to sign top superstars from the indy scene, and Ethan Page's signing shows that.
However, despite wrestling for Impact last night, Page’s contract details with the company are yet to be revealed and fans are not sure about how long “All Ego” will stick around with the promotion.
Page will continue working for various independent promotions and is still taking bookings for promotions around the world.
Personally, I think Page is one of the most talented wrestlers in the current indy wrestling scene and I personally, would have liked to see him wrestle in Ring of Honor and maybe even join the Bullet Club, due to his association with Cody Rhodes.
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