Adam Page has enjoyed his time with Bullet Club.
On Friday, Adam Page and his fellow Bullet Club members The Young Bucks competed in a Six Man Tag Team Championship match against Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky at the Ring of Honor 16th Anniversary. He has been in Bullet Club since 2016 and Page told SportingNews.com that he has never had so much fun.
“This is the most fun I've had in my career The most money I've made in my career. This is the best time in my career and I don't mean that as if the next year won't be or the years after that. So far, it's been a steady incline in everything that I do. I've enjoyed this time and it should be continuing getting bigger,” said Page.
As a response to joining Bullet Club, Page said fans have given him more support which in turn has benefited him as a performer.
“Maybe more confident, maybe more willing to do things like moonsaults off of a balcony or whatever it may be. I'm fortunate that I'm in a good place right now. Fans are really responding to me now so I guess now is the time for me to give back and do that kind of stuff with a little less hesitation,” said Page.
In the rest of the interview, Page discussed the events of Manhattan Mayhem and his match at the ROH 16th Anniversary.
Fightful Wrestling had live coverage of the 16th anniversary event and there was a recapping podcast after the pay-per-view.
The entire interview with Adam Page is available at SportingNews.com.
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