Will Ospreay Critical Of Music That Played On AEW Dynamite

Will Ospreay on AEW Dynamite

Will Ospreay has aired his frustration at AEW playing the wrong entrance music for him on Dynamite.

Ospreay returned to the company in dramatic fashion on the August 16th edition of Dynamite. On the show, Chris Jericho accepted Don Callis’ offer to join his “family,” only for Ospreay to blindside him and issue a brutal beatdown at on the directions of the Hidden Hand himself.

This led to a match being announced between Ospreay and Jericho in front of over 80,000 fans at All In at Wembley Stadium, London. The pair made the match official with a signing on the latest edition of Dynamite that descended into chaos as Ospreay and The Demo God had to be pulled apart by security.

The signing was also marred by AEW production playing the wrong entrance theme for Ospreay, using his ‘Bring it down – Zenith of God’ music rather than the more popular ‘Elevated.’ The star vented his frustration on social media, asking the company to make sure Elevated is played when he makes his entrance at Wembley.

“Oi no heat @AEW production office, once again I don’t work there so I’m not mad, but same sense I don’t know who to talk to about this.
But guys played the wrong music last night.

“Please ensure “Elevated” is played for Wembley.”

Why did Will Ospreay bring back ‘Elevated’?

Ospreay used ‘Elevated’ for many years before changing to ‘Bring it down’, which was more in line with his new ‘Commonwealth Kingpin’ character after he formed United Empire.

However, when he was challenged by Kenny Omega to a match at Wrestle Kingdom 17, he decided he had to bring back The Aerial Assassin to have a chance against the Best Bout Machine, this change came complete with the return of the crowd-pleasing ‘Elevated.’

With fans likely to be singing along to Jericho’s ‘Judas’ theme, Ospreay is hoping that his home country will also get behind him by singing his own theme, so much so that he has posted the lyrics to the song on social media.