Following his triumphant performance at AEW’s All In pay-per-view in front of his home fans in England, Will Ospreay is gearing up for yet another exciting pay-per-view appearance, this time with Impact Wrestling’s Bound for Glory event.

Impact Wrestling took to social media to announce that the English wrestling sensation will be making his return to the promotion at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view on October 21. The highly anticipated event is set to take place at the Cicero Stadium in Chicago. Ospreay’s last involvement with Impact was in 2016, where he participated in a few shows during the promotion’s UK tour.

During his brief tenure with TNA/Impact in 2016, Will Ospreay participated in various matchups, including a battle royal, a TNA King Of The Mountain Championship match, and a tag team match alongside Matt Hardy.

Interestingly, Impact Wrestling was reportedly one of the potential destinations for Ospreay back in 2016, before he ultimately signed a contract with NJPW. Ospreay’s decision to join NJPW allowed him to stay in his native country, as he opted not to move to the United States, a condition that reportedly played a significant role in his decision-making process.


Recent collaborations and partnerships between AEW and NJPW have opened up opportunities for cross-promotional matches. Will Ospreay has been able to showcase his talent against several AEW stars, culminating in his latest match against Chris Jericho at the All In pay-per-view event, where he secured a victory.

Notably, the 30-year-old wrestler hinted at the possibility of signing with AEW, especially as his NJPW contract is approaching its expiration. As Ospreay’s career continues to evolve, fans are eager to see how his involvement in different promotions will shape the landscape of professional wrestling.

What are your thoughts on Will Ospreay’s upcoming return to Impact Wrestling for the Bound for Glory pay-per-view event? Leave us a comment.

Steve Carrier

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