Ethan Page on the biggest change he’s seen in wrestling during his career


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Ethan Page on the biggest change he’s seen in wrestling during his career

On December 30, 2013, Ethan Page and Elgin as Men of the Year (MOTY) defeated Kung Fu Manchu (Louis Lyndon and Marion Fontaine) and Zero Gravity (Brett Gakiya and CJ Esparza) to capture the AAW Tag Team Championship at "One Twisted Christmas"

He began wrestling for Evolve in 2014. At Evolve 84, he faced Zack Sabre Jr. for the Evolve Championship in which he came up on the losing end. During the summer of 2017, Page teamed up with ACH as the Troll Boyz. On September 22 at Evolve 92; Troll Boyz defeated the Lethal Enforcers (Anthony Henry and James Drake) to win the Evolve Tag Team Championship.

On September 23 at Evolve 93; the Troll Boyz lost the titles to Doom Patrol (Chris Dickinson and Jaka). On September 28, it was revealed that he is no longer with Evolve. On May 22, 2015; Pro Wrestling Guerrilla held its annual one night Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament (DDT4).

Monster Mafia (Page and Josh Alexander) defeated World's Cutest Tag Team (Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae) in the first round winning the PWG World Tag Team Championship in the process. Monster Mafia were eliminated from the tournament and lost the titles to the Beaver Boys (Alex Reynolds and John Silver) in the second round.

In a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet, Page reflected on the biggest change he’s seen in wrestling during his career: “That social media is king. It’s like a popularity barometer in a weird way. It kind of lets people know people care what this person has to say, or what he’s doing, or where he is.

Also, it’s really helped me draw my audience to events, which is helpful for promoters but also helpful for merchandise or content now, I’m putting my fans in my vlogs”.