Welcome to the family. There are a lot of wrestlers in the world today and thanks to the ability to watch all of the wrestling a fan could ever want, many of them have been seen by the masses. It is almost impossible to keep someone as a hidden gem in wrestling today and that is a great situation to be in. Now one of the names who has become a bigger star in recent years has debuted on a national stage.

While it might not be on the same level as other wrestling promotions, Impact Wrestling has quite the history and has produced some excellent wrestlers over the years. There are several household names who have come from Impact Wrestling and while it is not as big as some others, it is still a national promotion which has an audience outside of the United States as well. One of its recently departed stars is now getting the chance to shine on a bigger stage.

Former Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champion Ethan Page made his AEW debut during this weekend’s Revolution pay per view. Page was the sixth entrant in the Face Of The Revolution ladder match with the winner receiving a TNT Title shot. This comes after Page left Impact Wrestling following Hard To Kill after not being able to come to an agreement on a new contract. There is no word on how long Page’s new deal will last.

Page can do some nice things in the ring. Check out his time in Impact Wrestling:

Ethan Page Calls Out Rob Van Dam! | IMPACT! Highlights May 3, 2019

Josh Alexander & Ethan Page Debut as THE NORTH! | IMPACT! Highlights Apr 12, 2019

Ethan Page Makes His Singles Debut vs Trevor Lee | IMPACT! Highlights Oct 18, 2018

Opinion: Page is an interesting choice for AEW and it could be quite the get for them. He has some great charisma and can work rather well in the ring, so put him in there and see what he can do. His time as part of the North in Impact Wrestling was quite good and hopefully we can see him showcase himself as a singles star during his time in AEW for a change.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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