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Ethan Page reveals that he wants to ‘target’ wrestling legends in AEW

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AEW star ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page appeared on Renee Paquette’s Oral Sessions podcast on this week’s episode. The tag team partner of Scorpio Sky discussed several topics during the interview, including some of the goals that he has in All Elite Wrestling.

With Paquette being on maternity leave, Danhausen has taken over the reins for the time being, and the ROH star took little time in asking Ethan Page why he has changed to being ‘evil’ on AEW programming.

‘What do you mean what changed?’ Ethan Page asked back rhetorically. ‘I’ve always kind of been a piece of s–t with people I dislike. And Darby Allin is definitely one of those people I strongly dislike. He also only paints half his face. I only like to be friends with people who paint all of their face.’

Page also revealed that he has no issue attacking legends of the pro wrestling industry if they get in his way. In fact, he almost seems like he is going to start targeting them.

Ethan Page vs The Legends

‘If Sting keeps his nose in my business, I have no problem whipping his ass for the rest of his career, which I’m sure won’t be that long,’ Page said jokingly.

‘But more legends? I don’t know because there’s so many backstage at AEW” Page continued. “I feel like just watching around; Ego’s Edging Arn Anderson into catering [or something].”

“Like that would be entertaining. Jake the Snake gave me a clothesline on my debut. I did not like that, so I owe him a bit of a receipt,” Page concluded, putting the former WWE Intercontinental Champion on notice.

Ethan Page was unsuccessful on last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, with Darby Allin defeating him in the Coffin match.

It is not confirmed if the feud will be continuing; however, it looks as though we’ll be getting another tag team match between Page, Sky, Allin and Sting.

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