Hangman Page Thanks Dark Order In Emotional Instagram Post
Hangman Adam Page has thanked his fellow Dark Order members in an emotional post
Former AEW World Champion 'Hangman' Adam Page has thanked his fellow Dark Order members in an emotional Instagram post, writing:
""After you get famous, you stop growing. You don't have to'.
"After being an even small part of a movement with the Elite and our subsequent falling out I was a afraid of stagnation. I was happy, fulfilled, and getting a good paycheck; but without anyone to push me further.
"During Brodie’s illness I was scared to move forward with these guys, but we all still felt it was the right thing to do.
"I could never say enough about all of the Dark Order.
"John’s jokes effortlessly turn a bad day into a hilarious one. Alex is my dad friend; our sons were born five days apart and it’s been so grounding to have someone on the same ride as me. Uno self-deprecates in a way I can relate to, only wishing he saw in himself what I see in him. Ten for working tirelessly and covering for my sorry ass at the latest possible notice. Anna for never hesitating to get in on a good dick joke and be one of the boys. Stu for never being complacent with his spot and always wanting for more. Five for overcoming having such a small penis and gaining the confidence to bet on himself in a way I have never had to. Colt for being a fountain of wisdom and saying to me the most self-affirming words I’ve ever heard.
"I owe a lot of my career to Matt, Nick, and Kenny. I owe as much to these guys too. Thank you for helping me continue to grow".
Several members of the Dark Order, as well as Matt Jackson, responded lovingly.
After overcoming his doubts, Hangman finally linked up with Dark Order at March 2021's Revolution pay-per-view. He is not an official member but has been closely aligned to the stable ever since, with them celebrating his AEW World Title win later that year. Page, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds also recently teamed together in the Trios Title Tournament, falling at the final hurdle at All Out.