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AEW Star Didn’t Clear “Tightest T*ts” Line Ahead Of Live Dynamite

Ethan Page, Scorpio Sky, and Paige VanZant celebrate at AEW Double or Nothing 2022

‘All Ego’ Ethan Page has clarified his “tightest t*ts” line from AEW Dynamite, revealing that he didn’t clear the line with Tony Khan ahead of the broadcast.

Even before joining All Elite Wrestling, Ethan Page has always been a confidently cocky performer, willing to go the extra mile just to ensure a laugh from the audience. This includes taking jibes at himself along the way, including referencing his “tight t*ts”.

‘All Ego’ spoke of this on a recent AEW Dynamite broadcast. Despite the possible adult-oriented themes that come with the line, Page didn’t want to risk the comment being shot down by Tony Khan and company.

Speaking to Chris Van Vliet, the Men of the Year member detailed:

“No, could you imagine? ‘So, Tony, I was thinking that tonight I was going to talk about my tits.’ I could get this all approved, but people don’t understand the delivery or the context, it might get shot down. I know that we won’t get taken off of the air for it, but someone might say, ‘You’re going to say what?! No no no, we are going to take that out’.”

Ethan Page also explained where the humorous line came from, noting how he was a fan of wordplay:

“So I am all about wordplay. Things that sound good and shock value to stand out. My social media has always been like, well what will get a laugh, a like, or an interaction. So I am there like, well, why do women only get to talk about tits? I’ve got tits too and they are the tightest in the game. I got the best smile and the tightest tits in the game, ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page. I just walked past everyone. I’m just so glad that it happened on Dynamite where it was live.”

Ethan Page joined All Elite Wrestling at the Revolution pay-per-view in March 2021, unveiled as the surprise entrant in the Casino Ladder Match. Page has since formed The Men of the Year duo alongside current TNT Champion Scorpio Sky, with the pair having also aligned with Dan Lambert’s American Top Team.

A veteran of fifteen years, Page has been one of the hottest acts on the independent circuit for years, gaining international exposure through his three years spent with IMPACT Wrestling. It was there that, alongside Josh Alexander in The North, Ethan Page has the longest reign in history with the World Tag Team Championships at 380 days.