Ethan Page pulls himself from independent show due to COVID exposure

Former IMPACT World Tag Team Champion Ethan Page pulled himself from an indie show after coming into contact with a COVID positive person.

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Former IMPACT Tag Team Champion Ethan Page took to his social media and noted that he had to pull himself from an ACW Wisconsin show on December 4th. Page came into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID and now he needs to quarantine for 14 days. He added that this news has caused him to wrap up his schedule for 2020.

Page was scheduled to take on Drake Daniels at the ACW show.

Page and his partner Josh Alexander dropped the IMPACT Tag Team Championships to Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows at ‘Turning Point’ on November 14th. On the most recent episode of IMPACT on AXS, Page fell in defeat to Hornswoggle.

Per the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there was a positive COVID test coming out of the latest IMPACT Wrestling tapings. A few wrestlers were told that there was a positive test but not who it was. Other people in the company were not told about the test result.

Ethan Page’s contract with IMPACT Wrestling expires at the end of 2020 and he talked about his current situation in an interview with Sports Illustrated back in September. Page has been a part of IMPACT since 2017.

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