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Thursday, June 30, 2022

“Hangman” Adam Page issues statement on AEW World Title loss to CM Punk

“Hangman” Adam Page has damaged his silence on the AEW World Heavyweight title loss to CM Punk at Sunday’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view in the principle occasion.

His reign with the title lasted 197 days, as he received it at AEW Full Gear when he defeated Kenny Omega. Throughout that reign, he had profitable title defenses in opposition to Bryan Danielson, Lance Archer and Adam Cole.

Page launched the next statement concerning his loss through Twitter: “I’ve had a while to replicate on my time as aew champion now that it has come to an finish. thanks all, not for supporting me, however for supporting the imaginative and prescient. It is not about gold or glory, it is about widespread love and the dignity with which we deal with one another. change the world.”

As of this writing, AEW has not introduced if Page can be at Dynamite on Wednesday. It is unclear if he’ll get a title rematch or if the promotion has completely different plans for him.

I’ve had a while to replicate on my time as aew champion now that it has come to an finish. thanks all, not for supporting me, however for supporting the imaginative and prescient. It is not about gold or glory, it is about widespread love and the dignity with which we deal with one another. change the world

— HANGMAN’S PAGE (@theAdamPage) May 31, 2022

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