Hangman Adam Page Claims He Wrote And Recorded His Own Entrance Music, Is Lying Big Time

Ghost Town Triumph is missing a few writing credits.

In its short three year history, All Elite Wrestling has produced no shortage of excellent theme songs whether it be for Adam Cole, The Lucha Bros, or former AEW World Champion Kenny Omega. However, the current AEW World Champion Hangman Adam Page has jokingly taken all the credit for his own popular theme song in a new interview with Fightful.

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"Oh, thank you. I wrote it. The entrance music? I wrote it and recorded it myself. I also taught musics and I wrote that song. Actually I wrote that one in middle school. I never recorded it until I got a bit older. I didn’t know it’d become my entrance music on the way to the ring. But stranger things have happened. [I also] have a performing musical name of Vincent Pedulla."

Page went as far as to specifically describe some of the instruments he used as well.

"No. I’m trying to think what it sounds like. There’s like a bell and I hit that. A little guitar intro, I played that. There’s some string orchestra. I played the orchestra. I was the person in the front of the orchestra, the back of the orchestra, the middle of the orchestra. Yeah, I did it all myself. Just me. Vincent Pedulla."

If all of this holds true, Page could definitely bring a lawsuit into the picture as his name (or his performing name) aren't credited on the YouTube version of the song that has nearly 900K views.

To see Fightful's full interview with Adam Page, click here.

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