Sixth Face Of The Revolution Ladder Match Participant Revealed

Who's the first surprise?

The final participant for the AEW Face of the Revolution ladder match has been revealed, and it's somebody that had been linked to AEW for some time.

"All Ego" Ethan Page joined Cody Rhodes, Lance Archer, Scorpio Sky, Penta El Zero Miedo, and Max Caster as a participant in the ladder match to determine a number one contender for the AEW TNT championship, currently held by Darby Allin.

The 14-year veteran most recently spent three years working for Impact Wrestling. Initially, Page played Chandler Park, a kayfabe cousin to Joseph Park (and, by extension, Abyss).

Later, Page was repackaged under his usual ring name. In 2019, he reunited with longtime indy partner Josh Alexander, teaming as The North. Together, they defeated Santana and Ortiz for the Impact World Tag Team titles in July of 2019, and proceeded to hold the belts for 380 days.

Page and Alexander reigned a second time with the belts for three weeks this past autumn, before losing them to The Good Brothers. By early 2021, Page parted ways with Impact, at which times rumors linked him to AEW.

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