Unveiling the Adversaries: Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada Set as Opponents for TNA Snake Eyes 2024

Unveiling the Adversaries: Will Ospreay and Kazuchika Okada Set as Opponents for TNA Snake Eyes 2024

Kazuchika Okada’s Resurgence in TNA World Championship Scene

In a momentous return, Kazuchika Okada is set to grace the TNA World Championship stage for the first time since 2011. Teaming up with Motor City Machine Guns, Okada is ready to engage in a six-man tag showdown against the formidable trio of Moose, Brian Myers, and Eddie Edwards. Intriguingly, this clash unfolds within a mere 24 hours of Moose’s anticipated face-off with Alex Shelley for the TNA World title. Okada’s comeback adds a layer of fascination, considering his candid acknowledgment of his previous less-than-ideal experience in TNA.

Will Ospreay Takes the Spotlight Against Josh Alexander

In the upcoming episode, all eyes will be on Will Ospreay as he steps into a major match-up against Josh Alexander. Their initial encounter took place on the November 6 episode of “Impact” in Chicago, closely following Bound For Glory. Ospreay’s victorious journey at the marquee pay-per-view, defeating Mike Bailey, continued with a narrow triumph over “The Walking Weapon” just 24 hours later. The Ospreay saga for 2023 culminated in a headline match against Eddie Edwards in Newcastle during Turning Point.

Ospreay’s TNA Dream Becomes Reality

Post-series, Ospreay openly expressed his eagerness to compete in a TNA arena, citing it as the wrestling show that shaped his formative years. The realization of this dream is imminent, set to unfold within a couple of weeks after his official induction into AEW. Notably, Ospreay will still be under his existing New Japan Pro-Wrestling contract when he steps into the TNA ring come January. The convergence of these wrestling worlds promises an electrifying spectacle at the “Snake Eyes” event, held at The Palms in Las Vegas.

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