“Hangman” Adam Page is back!
At the beginning of the Wednesday, November 30, 2022 episode of AEW Dynamite, Jon Moxley started out the show in the ring, saying nobody has the guts to come out and see him man-to-man. Then, his music started playing with a thunderous applause from the crowd: “Hangman” Adam Page is officially back in All Elite Wrestling (AEW).
“Hangman” Adam Page Has Made His Return To The Company
On the Wednesday, October 19, 2022 edition of AEW Dynamite, “Hangman” Adam Page was hospitalized after suffering a concussion during a AEW World Championship bout against Jon Moxley. Since then, Page has been away from AEW television.
However, Page made his comeback to All Elite Wrestling on their Dynamite program on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, coming out to the squared circle to confront Jon Moxley after the three-time AEW World Champion was calling out everybody backstage.
When Page got to the ring, Moxley made fun of his injury, asking if Page was sure he wanted problems from him “after what happened last time.”
In retaliation, Page threw a bunch and a brawl got sparked up outside of the ring, with staff and security eventually coming out in an attempt to break up the two. Eventually, Moxley ran up the ramp after being separated to try to attack Page, but Moxley ended up slipping and falling.
To close out the segment, order was restored, with the two being broken up for good to take us fans into the commercial break.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) December 1, 2022
Since the launch of All Elite Wrestling back in 2019, Page has been a key figure of the company. On his resume, Page is a former AEW World Champion, taking out Kenny Omega to win the belt in 2021 before ultimately losing the title earlier this year. Page also has one reign as a one-time AEW Tag Team Champion.