Bullet Club Member "Hangman" Adam Page Reportedly Turns Down WWE Offer

He's staying with the likes of ROH and NJPW for now...

He's one of the fastest rising stars in the world of professional wrestling today but if WWE wants to sign Bullet Club's "Hangman" Adam Page, it looks like they're going to have to wait a little while longer at least.

Dave Meltzer claimed on Wrestling Observer Radio recently that Page's bit on this week's Being The Elite YouTube show was influenced by real-life goings on. Uncle Dave believes the scene that saw Adam receive a pair of cowboy boots with a note that read "If you want to be an assassin, be more cerebral. - H" came about after WWE "made a play" for him, something he reportedly turned down.

Meltzer also claimed that various sources reported Page would be willing to head to WWE, but only if his fellow Bullet Club members joined him. These reports seemingly resulted from the speech the group gave to the live audience at the All In show at the beginning of September where they said they would be sticking together. While a big move doesn't appear to be on the cards now, that doesn't mean it'll never happen.

Page has enjoyed success in the United States and Japan in recent times, solidifying his spot on the New Japan Pro Wrestling roster, as well as claiming no less than six ROH Tag Team Championships. He joined Bullet Club in 2016 and murdered Joey Ryan, resulting in those infamous penis druid scenes at the All In show following a brutal victory over Joey Janela in a Chicago Steet Fight. He's had quite a career so far...

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