Doc Gallows Reacts To Slap Chump: I’m ‘Happy To Beat The Shit Out Of Ethan Page At Any Time’

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Doc Gallows Reacts To Slap Chump: I’m ‘Happy To Beat The Shit Out Of Ethan Page At Any Time’

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Doc Gallows hopes Ethan Page enjoys his notoriety while it lasts.

Gallows recently spoke with WrestleZone Managing Editor Bill Pritchard and opened the conversation to discuss his singles match against The North’s Ethan Page on IMPACT Wrestling on Tuesday.

Right before we started our call, Page posted his “Slap Chump” infomercial that poked fun at getting a slap in on Gallows last week. When asked if he had a chance to see the parody yet, Big LG said he was aware of Ethan having fun at his expense, but things would be a lot different when they face off in singles action.

“Yes, yes I am well-aware of Ethan Page enjoying the fact that he got a slap in on the Big LG. I hope he’s enjoying it. I’ve named him ‘Tang Soo Do Pete’ because of his affection for children’s karate,” Gallows said, “but I think you’ll see next Tuesday night on IMPACT on AXS TV in our singles match that it will yield a different result I’m sure. I will be happy to beat the shit out of Ethan Page at any time.”

“The North obviously screwed us out of the IMPACT World Tag Team titles with a belt shot at Bound For Glory on Saturday night, so my plan is to beat him on Tuesday and then it’s time for a rematch for the IMPACT World Tag Team titles, the only ones that have eluded us throughout our careers so far anywhere that we’ve been,” Gallows said. “That’s what trophy cases are for and that’s exactly where they belong. I want Ethan to enjoy this and maybe when I’m done I’ll beat him upside the head with some Talk’n Shop bourbon. That sounds fun too.”

Stay tuned for our full interview with Doc Gallows on WrestleZone where we discuss Talk’N Shop-A-Mania 2, the “practical effects” involved in the pay-per-view and much more.

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