Game Changer Wrestling put out their Collective series of wrestling events this past weekend in Indianapolis.
The event spanned three days and featured shows that were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the event, Ethan Page of Impact Wrestling went on Twitter and complained about trading cards being put out with his likeness on them despite him not signing off on said cards.
Page got into a heated back and forth argument with AEW's Joey Janela, but they've since ironed everything out and are reportedly fine now. However, Page and GCW promoter Brett Lauderdale did have some heat backstage at the Black Label Pro show on Sunday. According to Fightful, they both got into a heated exchange and both felt they were owed an apology, however neither was willing to give one to the other.
PayPal: email@example.com— Ethan Page played by Julian (@OfficialEGO) October 5, 2020
That’s where I’ll be awaiting my cut of the sales for these cards I never approved or was asked about 🤙 https://t.co/XYLUsIACUs
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