Former AEW World Champion Hangman Adam Page says he’s not sure he needs to take advice from some of the wrestling veterans and coaches in All Elite Wrestling.
Adam Page ascended to the top of AEW when he captured that AEW World Championship from Kenny Omega at Full Gear back in November 2021. Prior to that Page had held the AEW Tag Team Championship with Omega and had been part of The Elite group that helped form AEW in early 2019.
AEW has coaches working backstage such as Billy Gunn, Madison Rayne, Pat Buck, Jerry Lynn, and Arn Anderson while the company also boasts legends such as Sting, Jim Ross, Chris Jericho, and William Regal meaning there is no shortage of experience for young stars to benefit from.
Speaking at Galaxycon, Adam Page admitted that he’s not someone that seeks advice from these colleagues and questions if, given his success, he needs to be listening to it:
“Oh boy, I don’t know, I’m stubborn, I don’t take advice. It’s a good question and that’s probably the honest answer. I listen to people say things, but very rarely do I listen hard. I was part of the movement that created the entire company and I’m a world champion. I don’t know that I need their advice. I’ll certainly listen, but there is something to be said about trial and error and doing it on our own. I take more pride in that.”
Adam Page rebuffed the chance to be part of the AEW Trios Title tournament with The Young Bucks, meaning they have to find a partner before their bout with La Faccion Ingoberable on Dynamite.