PAC vs Adam Page at AEW Double Or Nothing Has Been Reportedly Cancelled
The scheduled match between "Hangman" Adam Page and PAC (formerly Neville of WWE) at AEW Double Or Nothing one week from tonight has reportedly been cancelled.
The report from F4WOnline notes that the match was called off due to "creative differences." The match is still listed on the AEW website, though sources have confirmed the match is indeed off.
PAC won the Open The Dream Gate title while in Dragon Gate and has been dead-set on staying undefeated right now. This tells us that the likely plan was for him to lose to Page and he objected to those plans.
Interestingly, the two did have a match at the Wrestle Gate Pro event in Nottingham, England today. Page made a surprise appearance at the show and that evolved into a match. Page was victorious via DQ. Apparently Page willingly flew to England to do the match after it became known that PAC was pulling out of the Double Or Nothing event.
The F4WOnline report notes that AEW will release today's match from England sometime next week, for free, so that fans are still able to see the two wrestle, since this was a match that had been advertised for months. In fact, at the Double Or Nothing press conference in Las Vegas, PAC and Page were given a featured spot to promote the bout.
Page is still expected to wrestle at Double Or Nothing, likely against a surprise opponent that won't be revealed until the night of the show.