Pro wrestling veteran Adam “Hangman” Page recently spoke with Sporting News for an interview. Below are some of the highlights.
On being in the Bullet Club: “We’ve been seeing it for three years, four years now. I don’t think I’ve been to a wrestling show in the past three or four years where there aren’t a handful of people wearing a Bullet Club shirt. Anywhere. And Bullet Club isn’t just a Ring of Honor or New Japan thing. It’s something that has pervaded every corner of wrestling. I knew that going in which made it all the more cool.”
On his first year in Ring Of Honor: “That first year I was in Ring of Honor, maybe it wasn’t even a year, I was wearing the trucker hat thing and wearing John Deere stuff because I felt like part of what made me different from a lot of guys was that I was kind of a good ol’ boy and a southern type of guy. I don’t know if that’s something that resonates a lot with wrestling fans today. I found that out. That made me kind of bitter about wrestling because I felt like who I thought I was wasn’t something those people were interested in. And that made me bitter. I kind of carried that bitterness for a long time. I think that’s starting to come out now in my work.”
Check out the complete Adam “Hangman” Page interview at SportingNews.com.