INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 01: Atmosphere during TBS's AEW Dynamite Los Angeles Debut After Party at The Forum on June 01, 2022 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images for Warner Bros. Discovery)
Why 'All Ego' Ethan Page Ended His Fake Name No Gimmicks V-Log
In May 2022, AEW's "All Ego" Ethan Page announced the end of his "Fake Name No Gimmicks V-log," a show that he had consistently uploaded to YouTube every Wednesday for over three years. Starting roughly the 19-minute mark in the final episode of the vlog, Page addressed the reasons that he was ending his beloved vlog.
To begin his farewell to the series, Page said, "The 'Fake Name No Gimmicks' series, the backstage vlog, it kind of has reached the end of its course," adding that the vlog was no longer living up to his standards of content. However, he assured his fans that he wasn't quitting vlogging in general and that he'd put more focus into his "Toy Hunt Vlog" series.
Page guaranteed, "I am committing fully to doing one 'Toy Hunt' a week," in which he goes to toy stores looking for action figures, comic books, and other collectibles. The AEW star noted that the "Fake Name No Gimmicks" will always have a place in his heart, and according to the final vlog, he considers the series, "one of the proudest things of [his] career."