Former Impact Wrestling star Ethan Page will seemingly be making his wrestling return "soon".
'All Ego' posted a cryptic video to his Twitter account on Sunday afternoon, with references made to Page being dead following The Karate Man - Page's alter ego - ripping his heart out during Ethan's farewell cinematic encounter at Hard To Kill back in January. The video culminated with the words, "see you soon":-
Page hasn't been since the pay-per-view. His only social media presence since the encounter has been to promote his retro action figure via Chella Toys, and his "Pardon My Ego" t-shirt available at Grudge Match Brand. He's remained entirely silent otherwise.
Ethan, alongside his North partner Josh Alexander, enjoyed two reigns as Impact's World Tag Team Champions, the first of which was the longest in company history. He also had numerous standout clashes with the likes of The Good Brothers, The Motor City Machine Guns, The Rascalz, and Willie Mack, to name but a few.
When news broke of his legitimate departure from the Impact Zone, many had anticipated a jump to WWE for the Canadian, but with his name absent from the recent Performance Center signings announcement, it's looking more likely for him to sign with All Elite Wrestling. At least then he can continue his critically-acclaimed V-Logs.