Will Ospreay “Banged Up Bad”

Will Ospreay and Konosuke Takeshita
Lee South Will Ospreay vs Konosuke Takeshita Greensboro, NC AEW Revolution March 3, 2024

Will Ospreay is feeling the effects of his first tour with AEW.

At AEW Revolution, Will Ospreay stepped into the ring for the first time as an AEW-contracted wrestler. The British star was coming off the back of arguably the biggest and most impressive year of his career in 2023, and he showed no signs of slowing down.

Will Ospreay’s match with Konosuke Takeshita was awarded *****3/4 stars by Dave Meltzer, while fans were quick to call it a match of the year candidate,

The former NJPW star followed up that win with another physical battle on Dynamite against Kyle Fletcher — which he also won.

Posting on social media, Ospreay said he was heading home happy if a little banged up.

And thus my first tour under the @AEW banner has come to an end.

Thank you so much for such an overwhelming response.

To everyone backstage thank you so much for allowing into the home you’ve built, I will cherish this place & treat it as my own.

I’m banged up bad but my foot is still on the gas pedal.

But now I’m gonna get on this flight home to my beautiful Mrs & step son and enjoy the fruits of my labour.

I believe in AEW.

Will Ospreay Dream Match Confirmed For AEW Dynasty (Spoiler)

After grabbing the win over Fletcher on Dynamite, Ospreay was confronted by Bryan Danielson. Fast forward to the taping for the March 9th edition of Collision, and the Ariel Assassin decided to repay the favor.

The segment saw Bryan Danielson challenge Will Ospreay to a match at AEW Dynasty on April 21st. The inaugural Dynasty pay-per-view will be held in St. Louis, Missouri.