"Hangman" goes over the journey to 'All In'.
"The Problem Solver Of Bullet Club" Adam "Hangman" Page has established himself as the enforcer of the group. Two years ago during the month of May Page earned his black-and-white stripes by joining forces with 'Bullet Club' during a Ring Of Honor 'War Of The Worlds' show. Now, "Hangman" is four months away from being involved in an event that his good friends and stable-mates Cody and The Young Bucks put together as they have sold out a 10,000 seat arena in Chicago, IL.
Ahead of the actual 'All In' show and 'All In' weekend 'The Elite' hosted a press conference inside of the Pro Wrestling Tees store in the same city that their sold out event will be held in. Following the press conference Fightful's correspondent Steven Muehlhausen had the opportunity to interview both Adam "Hangman" Page and Tessa Blanchard and during his conversation with both stars he asked Page to share his initial thoughts on the idea of 'All In' and "Hangman" stated that at first he thought Matt, Nick, and Cody were out of their minds.
"When Matt, Nick, and Cody started kinda’ halfway talking about it, I thought they were just psychopaths but I’ve done that 1000 times like, you guys aren’t serious; ‘Oh, you’re not kidding, okay, lets do it’. So yeah, I’m super excited about it now and I think this will be huge." He said.
'All In' was all out of tickets in under thirty minutes and exceeded expectations. It is a straight shot to the show going forward and Page minced no words in stating that he knows for a fact that the show will be a success.
"I guess I’ve been around Nick, Matt, and Cody hearing them talk about it for the past year or whatever it’s been, and I know for a fact that it will be very good." Page expressed.
There are a number of talents who are currently booked for 'All In' but with four months on the clock until the actual show, there is more room on the talent roster for more wrestlers. Adam Page was asked to reveal his dream opponent for 'All In' and he initially chose Tessa Blanchard who partook in the interview alongside him but with a four month stretch to-go "Hangman" is keeping his dream opponent to himself.
"I think if we are talking about people who are booked, I think I would pick to wrestle Tessa." Page jokingly stated. "But I don’t know, maybe not. If we’re talking about the whole wrestling landscape, I don’t know if I wanna give you that answer."
Page's fellow 'Bullet Club' brother Marty Scurll was also interviewed by Fightful. Click here to read up on what "The Villain" had to say about 'All In'.