Hangman Page offers more insight to the next move for the Bullet Club.
As fans knows, the ROH contracts for Cody and the Young Bucks run through 2018. Meanwhile, Kenny Omega's NJPW contract is up in January 2019. While the contract situation of Hangman Page is unknown, he is constantly lumped in with those four wrestlers when discussing their next move.
Speaking to Chuck Carroll of CBS Sports, Page discussed making his next move in conjunction with his Bullet Club brethren.
"I think, as a group, we are really on to something, and I think we wanna continue this. It would be a real disservice to everyone who has supported us and got us to this point if we were to abandon what we’ve built," he said. "It certainly doesn’t mean it can’t evolve and change, and it should, and it will. But I feel like we have too much of a good thing going to try to abandon it. And we all know that collectively we have more leverage than we ever had. More than anyone else has had in a very long time."
Prior to All In, Cody revealed that the five men made a verbal commitment to each other. That their next move, whatever it may be, will be made together and that the group will remain intact. Since the success of All In, Cody and the Bucks have hinted at a second show on multiple occasions.
Despite the hints and creative freedom the group has outside of WWE, the money and security WWE can offer remains enticing. When Page was pressed about going to WWE, he remained coy.
"I think what we’ve built is not necessarily bound to where we work," said Page. "A lot of what we built, and really, I feel like the most feedback that I get is from doing stuff with Being The Elite. Which could conceivably happen anywhere. It could happen … You catch my drift. So I don’t want to, at any point, rule anything out. If you kinda catch my drift on that one."
While it may seem like a foregone conclusion as to what will happen next for the group, Page stated that the group continues to weigh their options and that there is no timetable set on when a decision will be made.
"I think right now we’ve still got some time, and we’re all just kind of weighing options together. You know, there are things that maybe sound more intriguing or less intriguing than other options, and those options have changed and will continue to change and evolve in the coming months." He continued, "And I think putting time restraints on, “I will have made the decision by ‘X’ time,” I don’t know if that’s a good move, because things change from day to day, literally. I could give you a lot of examples, but things change day to day. And drawing a line where you think you’ll make a decision one way or the other, I don’t think is really advantageous. I think to just see what happens when it happens and kinda go with your gut as your gut tells you to go with it."
As for his immediate next move, Page will team with fellow Bullet Club members Cody, the Bucks, and Marty Scurll to face CHAOS members Kazuchika Okada, Tomohiro Ishii, Chuckie T & Beretta at tonight's Death Before Dishonor event.