PAC Confronts Adam "Hangman" Page After AEW All Out

Adam "Hangman" Page discusses his loss to Chris Jericho in the main event of AEW's "All Out" pay-per-view.

Page lost to Jericho in a match to crown the inaugural AEW World Champion and after the match, Page spoke to the media. Page admitted that he wasn't sure what his next step is after losing to Jericho at the Sears Centre Arena.

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"I'm disappointed. It was the biggest night of my life and that's it. I don't know [what my plans are next]. I hadn't thought of what it would be like if I hadn't won," Page said.

But it was at that point in which PAC would go on to interrupt Page and tell him that the two of them have some unfinished business.

"I'll be honest with you. It broke my little heart to see you lose tonight. But unfortunately for yourself, you and myself have some unfinished business. So let me tell you the reason I returned to AEW: revenge," PAC said.

The two have some history from earlier this year shortly after the formation of AEW. During an AEW rally in Jacksonville, Florida, PAC confronted Page and hinted at a possible match on a future AEW show. The two were originally set to meet at AEW "Double Or Nothing" but the match ended up taking place at a Wrestle Gate Pro show prior to "Double Or Nothing," won by Page.

Video of PAC confronting Page can be seen in the video, recorded by Fightful managing editor Sean Ross Sapp, at the top of the page.

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