Adam Page Says Bullet Club Changed His Life

Over the past year, Hangman Adam Page has emerged as a big player in ROH, in large part to the Bullet Club.

The 25-year old former BJ Whitmer protege joined the group last May, and hasn't looked back since. When speaking to Sporting News, Page put over the fact that it's turned pro wrestling from a part-time job to a full-time career. 

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"It’s been crazy. It’s definitely been a whirlwind of a year. I was a high school teacher when I joined Bullet Club and started going to Japan. I quit that. I threw the papers up in the air and (whistles) out of there. It literally changed my life," said Page.

At ROH's War of the Worlds PPV, Page faces Frankie Kazarian, who turned on Bullet Club earlier this year. Despite the big match ahead of him, Page still have other goals in mind. 

“I’ve been in Ring of Honor consistently for three years but I haven’t held a championship. I think I’m at the point in my career where that’s something maybe above all else I’m interested in. For the first year or so, two years even doing stuff with The Decade, I didn’t need a championship. That wasn’t a goal at the time. But now, I feel like I’m reaching that," Page explained.

ROH War of the Worlds takes place May 12 from New York City. will have full, live coverage of the event. Make sure to check out Page's full interview at this link.

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