Ethan Page Says He's Done With EVOLVE

Ethan Page has announced via Twitter he was done with the EVOLVE promotion.

Page tweeted as follows:

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Page made his debut with EVOLVE in May of 2014 as part of the Monster Mafia tag team with Josh Alexander. He made his singles debut with the promotion the following spring, taking on Chris Hero. His tenure with EVOLVE was highlighted by a rivalry with Johnny Gargano. 

In his last weekend with EVOLVE, Page and ACH -- who were known collectively as "The Troll Boyz" -- defeated Anthony Henry and James Drake to win the EVOLVE Tag Titles at EVOLVE 92 in Livonia, MI. The next day, in Chicago, they dropped the titles to the Catch Point duo of Chris Dickinson and Jaka at EVOLVE 93

"I'm excited to dig deeper into the independent scene & truly survivor [sic] on my own reputation & name," Page wrote in a message posted as part of his tweet. 

The latest set of EVOLVE shows was overshadowed by the drama outside the ring, with legal action between WWN -- the parent company of EVOLVE -- and FloSports, with the latter suing WWN for more than $1 million in damages because the company claimed WWN provided false information on its iPPV and video-on-demand buy numbers. That led FloSlam to pull all WWN events from its schedule of live streamed events, an announcement made just shortly before bell time at EVOLVE 92. 



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