'Hangman' Adam Page & Bryan Danielson Wrestle Longest Match In AEW Dynamite History


Hangman Adam Page and Bryan Danielson put on an instant classic at AEW Dynamite: Winter Is Coming, wrestling to a one-hour draw in their AEW World Championship match.

In competing for the full 60 minute time limit, Page and Danielson registered the longest match in Dynamite history by a significant margin.

Both Page and Danielson had the opportunity to win what was an immensely physical bout on the December 15 Dynamite, with the champion getting bloody early in the match and missing an elbow drop on his opponent on a ringside table. 

As the match headed into the final minutes, both men hit their respective finishers without being able to close the bout. Page struck Danielson with the Buckshot Lariet in the closing seconds but was unable to pin his challenger before time ran out. 

With the draw, Danielson remains undefeated since joining AEW in September. The American Dragon also went to a time-limit draw with then-AEW Champion Kenny Omega in a non-title match on the Grand Slam edition of Dynamite in September.

The bout, meanwhile, marks Page's first defence of the Championship since winning it from Omega at AEW Full Gear in November.

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