Will Ospreay Says Starting AEW Career ‘In Hell’

Will Ospreay Says Starting AEW Career 'In Hell'
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Will Ospreay has recently discussed his impending venture into All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and shed light on why he anticipates the beginning of his new role to be a challenging experience.

During AEW Full Gear, it was unveiled that Will Ospreay, a prominent figure in New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), would be joining AEW as a major signing.

His contract with NJPW is slated to conclude in February 2024, marking the commencement of his full-time commitment to AEW.

In a recent Twitter post, Ospreay expressed his discontent regarding the announcement that AEW would be returning to Canada in March and April 2024.

He said: Ah my first 2 months at work are in hell I see.

His aversion to Canada can be traced back to the Forbidden Door event in Toronto earlier this year, where he engaged in a memorable match against Kenny Omega—a bout widely acclaimed as the highlight of 2023.

Ospreay shared amusing videos documenting his travels across the frigid Canadian landscape in preparation for the aforementioned match.

As Ospreay gears up for a match at NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 18 against David Finlay and Jon Moxley, there is speculation that this bout might mark his farewell as a full-time NJPW wrestler.

The transition to AEW seems to be a significant move for Ospreay, who is poised to navigate the challenges that lie ahead in his new professional chapter.

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