Adam “Hangman” Page’s work in Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling brought him wide recognition in the wrestling community and admits that it’s been a great experience thus far.
Page talked to Fightful regarding his wrestling career for the past few years which saw Page debut for New Japan Pro Wrestling and join the Bullet Club, winning the ROH Six-Man World Tag Team Championship along the way with the Young Bucks.
“It’s been pretty good. I think I’ve improved a bit, but largely I’ve been pretty much doing the same thing. I have been working full-time just about in the past year or so and I’ve picked up a lot of recognition. It’s been pretty cool to get that exposure out there,” Page said.
Page adopted the nickname Hangman and is now known for his cowboy boots and rope hanging around his neck. One time, Page managed to do a moonsault with his hands taped up in an amazing spot. Page said he the spot wasn’t well-thought out, but figured he had to give it a try.
“I don’t know, I just thought it would be pretty cool. I didn’t prepare that was the thing. I climbed up there and thought, ‘This is kind of stupid doing it in cowboy boots and my hands duct taped together.’ I realized it was dumb getting up there, but sometimes you just got to do it,” Page said.
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