Ethan Page Names AEW Legends That Have Helped Him

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Ethan Page is a rising star in AEW that is getting a lot of opportunities of late while also learning from some legends of pro wrestling that work with him.

This past Wednesday on the final AEW Dynamite episode of 2022, “All Ego” Ethan Page had one of the biggest matches of his AEW career since joining the company in March 2021. Page got to face one of pro wrestling’s best when he faced Bryan Danielson. While Page came up short in the end, he came close to beating Danielson multiple times and showed that he’s ready to be a major player.

The talented 33-year-old Canadian has been wrestling for 16 years. Page has a great skillset in the ring with a mix of speed and power moves including his finishing move called Ego’s Edge, which is a release Powerbomb. Page is also a gifted talker that is part of The Firm stable in AEW led by Stokely Hathaway.

In an interview with 99.9 The Point, Ethan Page spoke about learning from wrestling legends like Sting, Arn Anderson & Jerry Lynn while also getting great advice from Jim Ross too.

“The older I get, the more I am relating to things that I didn’t understand when I was younger and it’s changing my game a lot and bringing different aspects to my matches. Those three guys, I’ll say Jim Ross too.”

“Those four have been a big part in kind of molding me to the performer (I am) for AEW. Whether they know it or not, comments in passing or advice they’ve given or affirmation or reassurance that I’m on the right path or doing the right thing. They’ve all been very helpful and integral to my success in the company.”

As he continued talking about Ross, he mentioned some of JR’s work as WWE’s Head of Talent Relations when The Rock was signed.

“He signed The Rock to his contract. For him to compliment me on Dynamite as much as he does is the greatest because I know the talent that he’s brought to the table. For him to think that I’m one of those potential talents is huge. It definitely motivates me in many aspects. He’s a guy that has worded things in a different way or presented things in a different way that has been very eye-opening, helpful, and beneficial to me, especially getting people in the arena to boo me out of the building. He’s definitely a guy that has given me a lot of tools to succeed.”

H/T Fightful