No. About the best you could do is if the page content was enclosed in a macro from the Wiki Plugin for Confluence or Markdown for Confluence. Even then you would need some script processing to get at that specific content. http://www.amnet.net.au/~ghannington/confluence/wikifier/rt/ is another reference.
To convert from Confluence Wiki Markup to Markdown:
1) In Confluence click 'Space Tools' in the bottom left and select 'Content Tools'.
depending on what you want to achive, Bobs answer might be right: the internal storage format is xml now, a conversion "back to wiki markup" is not of atlassians making, thats why the plugins are necessary. If you "just" want to migrate content - its called "Space Export -> XML Export" and gives you the true format, not the HTML
thanks for your answer!
My goal is to get a Markdown version of a couple of Confluence Wiki pages. Thus the XML export would require me to write an XSL template to convert the contents. Since it's just a couple of pages to convert I'll probably just go with the Wikifier RT that Bob mentioned.
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