Ethan Page's AEW Contract Runs For Three Years

Ethan Page is All Elite for at least three years.

In a feature on Ethan Page by Scott Radley of The Hamilton Spectator it is noted that Page's contract with AEW is a three-year deal.

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Page made his AEW debut at Revolution as the surprise sixth entrant in the Face of the Revolution ladder match, which was won by Scorpio Sky. Page went on to have his first singles match in the company on the March 10 episode of AEW Dynamite, defeating Lee Johnson.

The match was hindered by technical issues on TNT's end but uploaded in full to YouTube following Dynamite. You can watch the match in the video above.

In the feature article, Page commented on his wrestling name -- his real name is Julian Micevsk -- saying, “I figured it would be pretty hard for fans to chant ‘Julian Micevski.' So, I kind of just came up with something easy to spell, easy to find and easy to remember.”

Before signing with AEW, Page was a regular on IMPACT Wrestling, finding plenty of success alongside Josh Alexander a member of The North. He also hosts his own vlog on YouTube, which you can view by clicking here.

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