Personal life[edit]

Curtis Page Sr., Pauline Reece, Simon Lewis, and Marvin Francis are the biggest influences in his combat sports career.[61][72]
Kickboxers such as Simon Lewis, Richard King, Richard Palmer, Faisel Mohammed, Andy Brooks, Alfie Lewis, and Matthew Winsper inspired his style.[20][141]
Page's favourite fight was a points fighting bout between Simon Lewis versus Matthew Winsper.[72]
Page received the moniker "Venom" from fellow kickboxer Marvin Francis in homage of the film Five Deadly Venoms.[37][142][143][144]
His "snake-sign" hand gesture was inspired by The Rock.[145][146]
Page is an avid salsa and street dancer.[9][142][147]
Champion freerunner Timothy Shieff trained Page in parkour.[148]
Movement pioneer Ido Portal worked with Page in movement workshops.[149][150][151]
He is a yoga practitioner.[152]
The RockStone Cold Steve AustinGoldberg, and The Undertaker are his favourite pro wrestlers.[146]
Page is a huge Marvel fan, his favourite characters are DeadpoolCloak, and the Hulk.[153]
His favourite martial artist is Jackie Chan.[144][154]
Chuck Liddell was one of the few mixed martial artists Page enjoyed watching before becoming an MMA fighter.[16][155]
Page played for the Queens Park Rangers Youth Team and Epsom Eagles F.C.[156] and was scouted by Fulham F.C. and Queens Park Rangers F.C.[9] He was also offered a scholarship to play collegiate basketball in the United States.[9][158]
He was trained as a spin bowler at Lord's Cricket Ground.[158][159]
Page was trained by his father in slalom skiing with the intention of qualifying for the Olympics.[9][158]

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