Will Ospreay Wins AEW Title At Double Or Nothing

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Will Ospreay came to AEW for success and now he has his first championship in the company as he won big at Double Or Nothing.

Will Ospreay has had some huge wins in his short AEW career so far, defeating Katsuyori Shibata, Claudio Castagnoli, and Bryan Danielson in an instant classic. However, the stage was set for title success for the English star when he won a number one contender’s gauntlet match for a shot at the AEW International Championship on the 24th of April edition of Dynamite.

That title match took place at Double Or Nothing as Ospreay challenged Roderick Strong for the gold. After an injury scare after using the move against Bryan Danielson, Will Ospreay had retired his Tiger Driver ’91 but teased nailing Strong with it in Las Vegas but just couldn’t do it.

In the end, that didn’t matter as a Stormbreaker was enough for Will Ospreay to pin Roderick Strong to win his first title in AEW.

MJF Shocks AEW After Will Ospreay’s Win

Following Ospreay’s win over Roderick Strong, it was Strong’s Undisputed Kingdom partner Adam Cole who had something to say to the fans in Las Vegas.

However, Cole was soon silenced by a video playing that seemed to indicate the man he betrayed back at Worlds End was on his way and sure enough, MJF then emerged to the delight of the AEW crowd.

Cole looked like he saw a ghost and offered a hug to the man he once called his best friend. MJF took him up on his offer before kicking Cole swiftly below the belt. MJF then reaffirmed his commitment to AEW, showing off a tattoo indicating that his loyalty was to the company before calling himself the “Wolf of Wrestling” and confirmed he’s “not f*cking leaving.”