Report: Adam Page Not Wrestling At AEW All Out

"Hangman" doesn't appear to be in action

"Hangman" Adam Page will not only not challenge for Kenny Omega's AEW World title at All Out on September 5, but Page is apparently not going to be part of the show at all.

Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer Radio discussed the topic briefly on Saturday night, where they reported Page wasn't going to be on the card.

Meltzer said regarding the World title match, "I don't know who Omega's wrestling. Obviously from the TV, it looks like Christian. That's just the situation."

Page vs. Omega, as well as Page's quest for the World title, has built for a long while, and still appears to be the likely conclusion at some point. However, on Wednesday night's Dynamite, Page and The Dark Order lost to The Super Elite in a ten-man elimination bout, denying Page and his partners shots at the World and Tag Team titles, respectively.

The only match on the books for All Out so far is the Women's Casino Battle Royale. A match between Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi is tentative for the event.

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