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Ethan Page Feels He Has Had More Chances To Shine Since Joining The Firm

Ethan Page thinks being part of The Firm has its benefits

Ethan Page sees a bright future for himself as a member of The Firm and All Ego believes he has already had more chances to shine since accepting Stokely Hathaway's business card during the summer. 

"I've had more opportunities to speak. I've been put in a spotlight more. Stokely Hathaway will happily take a back seat to Ethan Page. I don't know if Dan Lambert and Scorpio Sky would say the same," Page told Comicbook.com.

Page was the first competitor Hathaway gave his business card to and the faction, along with Page, is currently composed of W. Morrissey, Lee Moriarty, and The Gunn Club. The Firm is also MJF's stable on retainer and they helped The Devil win the Casino Ladder Match at AEW All Out.

Before joining The Firm, Page had been aligned with Scorpio Sky and Dan Lambert in Men of the Year. He was prominently featured in 2021 following his debut at Revolution but he took a backseat to Sky in 2022 during his TNT Title reigns. Page has still only been used sporadically since Sky took time off due to injury, though, having only wrestled on TV twice since July. 

Page does have a goal in the promotion, however, and he wants to win the All-Atlantic Title and defend it in his hometown. 

"I'd love to win the All-Atlantic Title and bring back Alpha-1 Wrestling to my hometown and have that be one of my first title defences. To bring the belt back to my hometown, bring the company back and defend it in my hometown, in front of my hometown crowd as the Canadian legend that I know that I am, that would be pretty sweet," he added.

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