Will Ospreay’s transition to AEW has sparked considerable excitement and anticipation within the wrestling community. Having signed with the promotion at Full Gear last year, Ospreay is now fully entrenched as a member of the AEW roster, with ambitions to assert his dominance within the company.

The journey to AEW marks a significant milestone for The Aerial Assassin, who candidly acknowledged the personal growth he underwent during his time in Japan. Despite past mistakes, Ospreay expressed gratitude for the opportunities afforded to him and his evolution from a “boy” to a seasoned professional.

Will Ospreay’s arrival in AEW brings with it a declaration of intent – to prove himself as the best wrestler in the world and with an amazing start and some spectacular bouts already in his bag, things are smoothly moving in his favor.

However, in recent appearance on AEW Unrestricted, Will Ospreay revealed that during his free agency period, he received advice from WWE’s AJ Styles on potential signings. Ospreay, who considers Styles’ work in TNA as an inspiration, now closely follows his career path.


Moreover, Will Ospreay recently delivered one of the greatest in-ring bouts in the history of the business against Bryan Danielson at AEW Dynasty, securing the win. He is not set to challenge Roderick Strong at AEW Double or Nothing for the AEW International Championship, looking to clinch his first title in the company.

What are your thoughts on Will Ospreay taking advice from AJ Styles during his free agency days? Sound off in the comments!

Nikunj Walia

Nikunj Walia is a versatile creative professional renowned for his out-of-the-box thinking. With a knack for innovation and adaptability, he excels across diverse niches. From content creation to event hosting, digital expertise, and Indian influencing, Nikunj aims to carve a distinctive identity for himself. His mission? Revolutionizing how wrestling content is consumed, one groundbreaking idea at a time.

Disqus Comments Loading...