Ethan Page Gone From AEW

Ethan Page no longer with AEW

Ethan Page is gone from All Elite Wrestling.

The 34-year-old's profile was removed from the AEW roster page overnight and Fightful Select have since reported that Ethan Page is no longer with AEW or Ring of Honor. Page has reportedly been looking to depart AEW since as far back as February. He is either officially gone from AEW or his departure is just a formality. 

Page signed a three-year deal with All Elite Wrestling in 2021, joining the company only a couple of months after his exit from IMPACT (now TNA) Wrestling. He was initially pushed during his first year with the company as part of Men of the Year with Scorpio Sky, a partnership that saw them link up with Dan Lambert in American Top Team. Scorpio Sky took time off from the Summer of 2022 due to injury, however, and Page transitioned into the ill-fated Firm faction and a long programme with Matt Hardy that turned from rivalry to friendship. 

Page's time on AEW TV dramatically reduced in 2023 and beyond one match on AEW Collision against Kenny Omega, Page solely competed in Ring of Honor from September 2023, noting that he chose to move to ROH to remain more active in the company. The move to Ring of Honor led to a feud with Tony Nese that culminated with an "I Quit" Match at Final Battle. 

The reformation of Men of the Year was then set up following the match but that never went anyway, nor did a planned ROH World Television Title rivalry with Kyle Fletcher, partly due to visa issues. 

Page hasn't wrestled for AEW or Ring of Honor since February 10, 2024. He has recently been more active on the indies and has begun to promote Alpha-1 Wrestling again. 

There is no word on Page's next destination. He is known to be friends with Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes, while Page was formerly one-half of The North with Josh Alexander, an incredibly successful tag team in TNA. 

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