AEW Dark continues to be the show to see if you like seeing hot indie talent make their debuts. The July 13 edition of AEW Dark will feature the AEW debut of former Generation Championship Wrestling (GCW) champion Rickey Shane Page as well as a handful of other indie names.
Rickey Shane Page AEW Debut
Rickey Shane Page, more commonly referred to as RSP, has been wrestling since 2003. Page’s earliest successes came as part of the tag team Faith In Nothing alongside Vincent Nothing when Page was competing under the name Christian Faith. The duo capture tag team gold in a number of independent promotions.
As the 2010s wore on RSP became more and more known outside of North America for his deathmatch wrestling, which included a tour with Big Japan Wrestling in 2019 and some tours of the UK. Closer to home RSP won both Combat Zone Wrestling’s (CZW) Tournament Of Death and IWA Mid-South’s (IWA-MS) King Of The Death Matches tournament.
It was in GCW that Page would have his biggest run to date, however. RSP stole Nick Gage‘s title and brought it with him all over the world taunting the hero of GCW. Gage couldn’t leave the country to fight Page but continued to defend his championship, waiting to get his hands on Page. That was until Nick Gagelost his GCW world championship to AJ Gray in a massive shock after RSP and his goons interfered. Page demanded a match from Gray, Gray obliged, and Page ended the night as champion. What followed was one of the best heel runs in recent independent wrestling history as Rickey Shane Page and his faction 44.OH held the GCW title hostage while Nick Gage was out injured. 44.OH has spent the time since then invading deathmatch companies all over the U.S. as major heels, but the focus of the story was always the GCW title. RSP finally dropped the title back to Gage at Spring Break earlier this year bringing the story to an end.
Harlow O’Hara Debuts
Harlow O’Hara also makes her AEW debut against Diamante. Harlow O’Hara debuted in 2017 and has been competing all over the U.S. for the likes of Shine Wrestling, Reality Of Wrestling, Queens Of Combat, and many others. Harlow O’Hara has an eye-catching look that helps her stand out.
A number of other independent wrestlers will make their debut on this edition of AEW Dark, while Rickey Shane Page is the headline stealer there is an assortment of talent on this show. Sahara Seven, who has a tour of Japan under her belt, will also debut. The first-ever Black Wrestlers Matter Champion Jah-C (Frontman Jah) debuts. 20-year veteran Papadon and 12-year veteran Foxx Vinyer round out the debutants
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