Will Ospreay Accidentally Invents Move On AEW Dynamite

Will Ospreay holding 2 AEW titles

Will Ospreay and Rey Fenix narrowly avoided disaster on AEW Dynamite with Ospreay accidentally inventing a new move as the original plan seemed to go south.

Rey Fenix won a four-way match on the previous week’s edition of Dynamite to earn a shot at Will Ospreay’s International Championship when AEW’s flagship show emanated from Des Moines, Iowa.

During the match an issue with the Spanish Fly attempted by Ospreay meant he had to think on his feet and in doing so he seemed to invent a new move. Taking to social media, Will Ospreay joked about the situation and noted there was one move he was desperate to avoid.

Mate the moment i realised the Spanish was blocked I just decided in the instant to pick him up and my brain genuinely said “Don’t do an air raid crash that’s sh*t” Just invented a move by accident

Will Ospreay Eyes Up More AEW Gold

After Will Ospreay retained his title he was confronted by reigning AEW World Champion Swerve Strickland. Strickland will defend his gold against Ospreay at Forbidden Door as the English star looks to hold two titles simultaneously in AEW.

Swerve Strickland might have his attention divided, however, as The Young Bucks issued a huge Blood & Guts challenge on the show and looked to recruit Strickland as their fifth man. The AEW World Champion refused that offer which led to him being attacked by The Elite before The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass made the save.