Ethan Page is moving on in the All Elite Wrestling (AEW) World Championship eliminator tournament.
During Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite, Ethan Page would square off against Eddie Kingston in a first round bout, earning the victory to advance to the second round. Page will be facing off against the winner of the Rush vs. Bandido match which is set for this Friday on Rampage.
Ethan Page Becomes The First Winner Of The Eliminator Tournament
To secure his spot in the second round of the AEW World Championship eliminator tournament, Ethan Page would take advantage of a distraction being caused by Stokely Hathaway to pull the victory over Eddie Kingston.
Two to go #AEWDynamite
— “All Ego” Ethan Page (@OfficialEGO) November 10, 2022
The tournament continues on this Friday’s edition of AEW Rampage, with three matches taking place to see who else advances to the second round — Rush vs. Bandido, Lance Archer vs. Ricky Starks, and Dante Martin vs. Brian Cage. The AEW World Championship eliminator tournament will close out at the company’s Full Gear pay-per-view, with the winner earning a title shot against either current champion Jon Moxley, or his PPV challenger MJF.
Whoever wins the tournament will get their title shot on December 14, 2022, when All Elite Wrestling will be holding their Winter Is Coming Dynamite episode.
Second round matches for the AEW World Championship eliminator tournament will be taking place on next week’s Dynamite and Rampage programs.
In other news related to Brian Cage, there was no involvement from him and The Firm faction in the rivalry surrounding Jon Moxley and MJF, unlike last Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite. It remains to be seen if Tony Khan will use the AEW World Championship eliminator tournament as a way to connect The Firm further to Moxley and MJF, but fans are already speculating about the possibility.
Wednesday’s storylines around Moxley and MJF featured promos from the both, with Moxley’s taking place in the ring and MJF delivering a video promo.