Hangman Page Talks About Bullet Club, How He Got His Nickname, Balor Club, more

Thanks to WSVN-TV Miami Entertainment Reporter Chris Van Vlient for sending this in:

Hope you’re awesome! I wanted to pass along the interview I did with Hangman Page in West Palm Beach, FL. It was interesting that he said he didn’t really know what Balor Club was, he also talked about how Luke Gallows gave him his “Hangman” nickname, how much being in Bullet Club has changed his career and the fact that he wanted to be a circus clown or a magician as a kid and much more.

How much has being in Bullet Club changed his career?

“Bullet Club changed it 180. I think things would have picked up for me slowly more and more like they had been anyway but Bullet Club has been way bigger than anything I could have imagined.”

What does he think of Balor Club?

“I have no idea. I don’t know. I’ve heard that’s a thing, I guess it’s Finn Balor. That’s legitimately all I know.”

He wanted to be a circus clown and a magician as a kid:

“When I was a kid I got really into stuff and wanted to do it. The first thing I wanted to be was a clown. I got into circuses and put on circuses in the backyard. My dad had horses and he’d bring them and we’d do horse tricks. I was 6 or 7 years old putting on circuses for the family or whoever in the backyard. Then I got into magic, my parents built me a little magic show and I did little magic tricks and stuff. And then I got into wrestling and my parents built me a little trampoline wrestling ring in the backyard and I guess I never grew up on that one. I’m still doing it.”

Luke Gallows gave him his “Hangman” nickname:

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“It’s something that was passed onto me from Luke Gallows by way of New Japan. I found out I was joining Bullet Club and going to New Japan and had probably two or three weeks to get ready for that. So it was something I didn’t get to put a lot thought into or a lot of time and effort into before it happened it was just something they said ‘Hey, do this’ and I said ‘Ok, cool. I’ll do it.'”