Ethan Page is now the latest addition to Stokely Hathaway’s growing list of clients, joining Hathaway’s ranks on the latest AEW Dynamite.
‘All Ego’ had been complaining on Dynamite, demanding AEW management utilise him better when Stokely Hathaway presented him with a business card. Page, it seemed, wasted no time in accepting the offer, leaving with the former Malcolm Bivens.
Page branded AEW’s audience as “moronic” before questioning why he wasn’t a featured performer on company programming every week:
“I came out here to ask a question: Why? Why? Why the hell is Ethan Page not on TV every single week? Why the hell does Ethan Page not have an action figure? Why is Ethan Page not on the bus? Why? Why? Why? Ethan Page deserves better!”
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 4, 2022
Ethan Page initially signed with AEW in 2021, debuting as a mystery entrant in the Casino Ladder Match at Revolution. Though he was unsuccessful, Page has found himself involved in some key AEW matches, including the first Coffin match vs. Darby Allin last July.
Formerly of IMPACT Wrestling, the Canadian powerhouse was a two-time World Tag Team Champion alongside Josh Alexander. In AEW, meanwhile, he’d previously been aligned with Scorpio Sky, Dan Lambert, and the rest of American Top Team.
Stokely Hathaway first appeared in AEW at Double or Nothing, debuting as the new manager of Jade Cargill. Just last week, he added Lee Moriarty to his group, making Ethan Page his third official client.