Will Ospreay made headlines after signing with AEW last year at Full Gear and he is now a full-time member of the AEW roster. Ospreay has now confirmed he will make weekly appearances on AEW television after his full-time transition.

Will Ospreay concluded his tenure with NJPW and RevPro in February after joining AEW in November. His last independent match was against Michael Oku at RevPro’s High Stakes event, attended by Khan.

Will Ospreay then made his AEW in-ring debut as a full-time star at the Revolution pay-per-view, defeating Konosuke Takeshita. This Revolution debut turned out to be an amazing one for fans.

During the AEW Revolution post-show media scrum, Will Ospreay was asked about his schedule in AEW now that he is a full-time star. Ospreay confirmed that he will be making regular appearances on AEW television.


“I’m basically Wolverine, bruv, and I’ll be fine in a couple days. I’ll just deal up. What’s the question, what’s your schedule looking like? I’m getting in a relationship with another professional wrestler, Alex Windsor. She’s great, and now I’m a position where I’m a a parent. The first time I told people, everyone went, ‘You?’ [Laughs] I can’t tell you enough what the girl and that kid have done for me. I wish I could be so open about what those two mean to me. They’ve gone though a lot for me, and I could not ask them to uproot their life, their school life. If you know my missus and you know her story, she’s gone through so much. She’s a genuine warrior. I could not have asked for a better partner to go through this whole thing. For her, I couldn’t have asked to do that. The majority of the travel, it’s so much less than Japan. Japan was like 15 hours at one point because there’s bloody going on in Russia and the Ukraine. We weren’t allowed to go through their airspace, we had to go underneath. It was horrible. So coming over here, it’s not actually as bad. I don’t mind it. My schedule is full-time, dude. I want to be here every single week, delivering the best matches that I physically can. This is what I’ve been preaching over in New Japan.”

”The work that I’ve put out throughout all those eight years of doing it, it was the hardest thing leaving it. But this fits like a glove. This is where the best wrestlers the world are. This is the most elite roster of all time. We are so blessed to be blessed to be living in this moment. I’m so blessed to have a dressing room where there are people like Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong and Takeshita, Sting, Orange Cassidy. I’m gonna have a Iong list of guys to go through, and I’m willing to tick off every single person, I’m willing to go to work. I’m looking forward to it. I’m here for three things. I’m here to win world titles, retire Billy Gunn, and get a Nando sponsorship.”

Will Ospreay was also in pain after the AEW Revolution pay-per-view. We will have to wait and see what AEW will have planned for the Aerial Assassin, now that he is a full-time star in Tony Khan’s company.

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