Adam ‘Hangman’ page on how to improve his anxiety

‘The hangman’ Adam Page defeated Kenny Omega on November 13, 2021, in the Full Gear main event to win the AEW world championship. As a recent guest on Oral sessions with Renee Paquette, Page discussed how the champion feels and his feelings of regret since winning the title.

“It’s amazing, it’s a little bit bizarre. I don’t know that it’s going to sink at this point, you know what I mean? It’s also a bit frustrating because I’ve worked hard for so long, I’ve won this championship and I haven’t struggled a single game since winning it. And it’s been three or four weeks, and I asked for a match against Bryan Danielson, you know, the Wednesday after the Pay-Per-View game. Listen, I didn’t have to struggle so then, it was like, very frustrating. “

Trang apparently wrestled Bryan, and is still the leader in AEW. However, Page explains why he feels this isn’t something that’s been set in stone, especially considering his position before AEW started.

“I wouldn’t even talk about, at least, my journey to the AEW World Championship as some kind of ‘big plan’ that was hatched on day one or something like that, by because it never happened. At least for me, it never was. When AEW started, and I, you know, realized that I was going to suddenly, like, I’m just a guy, like, lose all the Bullet Club multiplayer matches. You know, I don’t mean nobody, but I’m definitely not like the ‘main event man’ who would suddenly be in the main event of his first title fight in AEW.

“Like. I know people won’t buy it and it doesn’t matter what I say, it doesn’t matter what I did during that time. It was too fast. It was too soon. I know people can, they will. forgive, they’ll say ‘oh yeah, okay, okay,’ but I know deep down they won’t buy it Seems like I made a mistake and I want to fix that, and I feel like the only way what you (Hangman) can do is be vulnerable and you know what I mean let that loss and disappointment come out.”

One of the nicknames of Adam Page of ‘Hangman’ is ‘Anxious Millennial Cowboy’. AEW . World Champion talked about his anxiety and how he feels professional wrestling has helped him deal with it.

“I’m not a chatty person, I don’t know. It can be worrying, and it can be like… This is a story I never told. During – I don’t even know if in middle school, maybe high school – I had super bad, super bad social anxiety, like diagnosed social anxiety, taking medication,” Page said. “But like, I can remember sitting at my desk once, yeah, this was like, taking a test or something and I can remember my whole body turning red. I started sweating, then I realized, God knows what, like no one is looking at me, this is happening to my body. So then, you know it’s going to be ten times worse, what’s going on? Like, my eyes started to water, like I was sitting at my desk. ”

Hangman goes deeper into the fact that wrestling helped him. “I think wrestling got me out of that to some extent because, it’s not like that, it’s not like I have low self-worth or anything like that. But, like, wrestling has always been my passion and a place where I feel comfortable, as well as what I love to do. Once I was able to do that and see some success in that, being surrounded by twenty people, two hundred people to two thousand people, twenty thousand, and so on, I think you feel comfortable. than with that and yourself. “

If you use any quotes in this article, please credit the Oral Sessions With Renee Paquette audio recording with ah/t to Wrestling Inc. for transcription.

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Chris Estrada

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