Hangman Adam Page
- Born: 07/27/1991 in Aaron's Creek, Virginia
- Birthname: Stevie Woltz
- Height & Weight: 6'0, 214 Ib
- AEW World Tag Team Championship – with Kenny Omega
- ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship – with Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson
- AIWF North American Tag Team Championship – with Jason Blade
- CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship
- CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship – with Jason Blade
- PWX Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Corey Hollis
- WrestleForce Tag Team Championship – with Corey Hollis
Woltz began his career on 2008, working on the independent circuit as Adam Page. In 2011, he began to appear in Ring of Honor (ROH), where he stayed for seven years. In 2016, Page joined the villainous stable Bullet Club, having a big push in the promotion. After he joined, he changed his gimmick to Hangman Adam Page or Hangman Page. Along with Bullet Club members The Young Bucks, Page won the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship. Page also worked with the Japanese promotion New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), since ROH had an agreement with NJPW.
In 2018, Bullet Club members Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks left ROH and started their own promotion, All Elite Wrestling. Page also left ROH and signed with AEW. Page participated in a tournament to crown the first AEW World Champion, but was defeated in the finals against Chris Jericho. Months later, he would win the AEW World Tag Team Championship with Kenny Omega. After their split, Page started drinking heavily (on TV) and split from The Elite. Following many invitations from the Dark Order, Page finally became part of the stable when they helped him in his feud with ‘Big Money’ Matt Hardy.
Notable Feuds: vs. The Decade, vs. Punishment Martinez, w/ The Elite vs. Inner Circle, vs. Matt Hardy