Hamilton’s ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page debuts with All Elite Wrestling as mystery ladder match participant
Published March 8, 2021 at 3:23 pm
Sunday (Mar. 7) night’s AEW Revolution pay-per-view had some local flair as one of wrestling’s hottest free agents made his debut with the company as a mystery participant in the “Face of the Revolution” ladder match.
Stoney Creek’s “All Ego” Ethan Page received a loud ovation from the Jacksonville, Florida crowd when he was introduced as the sixth competitor in the match.
— AEW Fantasybooking (@AEW_Dynamite) March 8, 2021
Real name Julian Micevski, Ethan Page runs Alpha-1 Wrestling, which is based in Hamilton.
He is a two-time Impact World Tag Team Champion with his former partner and fellow Canadian, Josh Alexander. The duo was called The North.
Ethan Page is also known for his wildly popular comedic alter-ego, “Karate Man.”
Ethan Page also competed in Ring of Honour and Evolve.
In his AEW debut, “All Ego” competed against Cody Rhodes, Scorpio Sky, Penta El Zero M, Max Caster, and Lance Archer in the ladder match.
After Ethan Page was hit with a “low blow” from Jake “The Snake” Roberts, who was ringside on behalf of Lance Archer, Scorpio Sky was eventually able to climb the ladder and grab the giant brass ring, securing himself a title match against TNT Champion, Darby Allin.
In a tweet Sunday night, Ethan Page confirmed that he would be appearing on AEW Dynamite, the company’s flagship weekly program, this Wednesday.
I’m back and ready to grab the brass ring in @AEW
… just a different one I guess ??♂️
— “All Ego” Ethan Page (@OfficialEGO) March 8, 2021
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