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Julian Logan Micevski (born September 20, 1989)[1][3] is a Canadian professional wrestler currently signed to Impact Wrestling better known by his ring name "All Ego" Ethan Page. He currently competes on the independent circuit, primarily for Alpha-1 Wrestling and others. He is a one-time PWG World Tag Team Champion with Josh Alexander as Monster Mafia and a one-time Evolve Tag Team Champion with ACH as the Troll Boyz.

Ethan Page
Ethan Page at Alpha1 2016.jpg
Page making his ring entrance in 2016
Birth nameJulian Logan Micevski[1][2]
Born (1989-09-20) September 20, 1989 (age 29)[3]
Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada[1][3]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)#AllEgo[1][2][3][4]
Chandler Park[1][2][4]
Ethan Gabriel Owens[1][2][3][4]
Ethan Page[1][2][3][4]
Julian Logan[1][2][3][4]
Billed height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Billed weight240 lb (110 kg)
Billed fromHamilton, Ontario, Canada
Trained byAdam Flash[2][4]
Ernie Moore[2][4]
Michael Elgin[2][4]
DebutNovember 12, 2006[4][5]

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Professional wrestling careerEdit

Early careerEdit

Micevski began his professional wrestling training under the tutelage of Rip Impact and Ernie Moore in 2006. He has stated he didn't learn much during this time, instead gaining the larger part of his early experience on the road while traveling with Michael Elgin, whom he credits as his mentor.[6]

He made his professional wrestling debut on November 12, 2006 at a Pure Wrestling Association event in Brantford, Ontario as Julian Logan in a four-way match. Page, Sean Cassidy, and Alex York lost to Indy Soldier.[5]

Independent wrestling (2013–present)Edit

 
Page (right) hitting a big boot kick against Michael Elgin during a 2013 independent show

On December 30, 2013; Page and Elgin as Men of the Year (MOTY) defeated Kung Fu Manchu (Louis Lyndon and Marion Fontaine) and Zero Gravity (Brett Gakiya and CJ Esparza) to capture the AAW Tag Team Championship at "One Twisted Christmas".[7] He began wrestling for Evolve in 2014. At Evolve 84, he faced Zack Sabre Jr. for the Evolve Championship in which he came up on the losing end.[8][9] During the summer of 2017, Page teamed up with ACH as the Troll Boyz. On September 22 at Evolve 92; Troll Boyz defeated the Lethal Enforcers (Anthony Henry and James Drake) to win the Evolve Tag Team Championship. On September 23 at Evolve 93; the Troll Boyz lost the titles to Doom Patrol (Chris Dickinson and Jaka). On September 28, it was revealed that he is no longer with Evolve.[10][11]

On May 22, 2015; Pro Wrestling Guerrilla held its annual one night Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament (DDT4). Monster Mafia (Ethan & Josh Alexander) defeated World's Cutest Tag Team (Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae) in the first round winning the PWG World Tag Team Championship in the process. Monster Mafia were eliminated from the tournament and lost the titles to the Beaver Boys (Alex Reynolds and John Silver) in the second round.[12]

Ring of Honor (2014)Edit

Page worked a number of matches for Ring of Honor in 2014 as Ethan Gabriel Owens. On April 18; he defeated Zizou Middoux in a Future of Honor match. On April 25 in a match taped for ROH TV, he was defeated by Silas Young. On June 6; the first night of Road to the Best in the World was held in Carbondale, Illinois; he was defeated by Tommaso Ciampa. On June 7; the second night of Road to Best in the World was held in Collinsville, Illinois. He defeated Zizou Middoux in the opening match. On July 18; night two of the Summer Heat Tour was held in Cincinnati, Ohio. He lost a four-way match which was won by RD Evans. The match also included Matt Taven and Moose. On July 26 in match taped for ROH TV; teaming with longtime tag team partner Josh Alexander as Monster Mafia; they fell in defeat to then ROH World Tag Team Champions ReDRagon (Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish). On September 6 at All Star Extravaganza VI; Moose and R.D. Evans defeated Monster Mafia, The Decade (Adam Page and B.J. Whitmer), Caprice Coleman and Takaaki Watanabe in a four corner survival tag team match.[13]

Impact Wrestling (2017-present)Edit

In late 2017, Micevski debuted for Impact Wrestling, portraying a character named Chandler Park, who is the storyline cousin of Joseph Park. Chandler Park defeated Jon Bolen in his first match with the company.[14] After being destroyed by Kongo Kong as a part of his feud with Abyss at the start of 2018, Micevski would be removed from TV and redebut in October using the Ethan Page name and gimmick by interfering in a match between Matt Sydal and Rich Swann, costing Swann the match and aligning himself with Sydal. On the October 16 episode of Impact, Page made his at singles match debut where he defeated Trevor Lee. At Bound for Glory (2018), Page and Sydal lost to Rich Swann and Willie Mack. On the November 1 episode of Impact, Page and Sydal lost to The Latin American Xchange. on the December 6 episode of Impact, Page defeated Sydal in a Ultimate X Qualifying match. on the January 3 episode of Impact, Page, Sydal and Ohio Versus Everything lost to Swann, Willie Mack and The Rascalz. at Homecoming, Page failed to win the Ultimate X match as it was won by Rich Swann.

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

 
2-Stars (Cody Rhodes and Ethan Page) as Alpha-1 Tag Team Champions in June 2017

ReferencesEdit

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