Ethan Page will be in AEW for a while longer as his contract was reportedly extended, according to Fightful.
They didn't specify how many years the extension was for, but that it's "for years to come," adding that the deal was actually extended in late-2021.
After several years in Impact Wrestling and the indies, Page signed with AEW in early-2021, making his debut as a surprise in the Face of the Revolution ladder match.
Shortly after he started, Page was paired up with TNT Champion Scorpio Sky and has mainly been a tag team competitor ever since. They have yet to earn a Tag Team title match, but Page has competed for the TNT title once, losing to then-champion Cody Rhodes.
Page and Sky are currently linked with ATT owner Dan Lambert and Paige VanZant, eventually working toward some kind of match with former TNT Champion Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti.
The 32-year-old has worked select indie dates since starting with AEW and has continued to grow his popular YouTube channel.