Adam Page has found ways to stay involved while recovering.
So far in 2018, Adam Page has had the highest profile matches of his career. At the All In press conference, Page revealed to Fightful's Steve Muehlhausen that in his match against Kenny Omega at NJPW Wrestling Dontaku, he was knocked out. He also sustained another injury recently.
"I've had a weird couple weeks. The first one, I pulled both groins running to the ring. That was rough and I got through that match. The next week I just got knocked out from that knee, the V-trigger from Kenny Omega. I never had a headache or anything like that but there's about an hour and a half or two hours of time it's just gone I don't remember it at all," said Page.
Since his match against Omega, Page has had some matches but only one seven minute match was a singles match and the rest were tag team matches with at least six wrestlers involved. Page said he has found other ways to be creatively involved while he recovers.
"I guess I've had stuff on both the shows I've done this weekend. I wrestled on two of them and one of them came out and attacked somebody or whatever but even that was something that took a minute," said Page. "We got a couple engaged. I had that to work my mind all night...I didn't figure it out until I was at the show that day trying to get permission. So I had something creative to latch on to," he continued.
Page said the couple reached out to Ring of Honor and picked him as their favorite wrestler. In the rest of the interview, Page discusses his expectations for All In and the determination of Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks.
The full interview is available at the Fightful Wrestling YouTube channel or the video at the top of this page.
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