Will Ospreay Sets Sights On International Dream Match

Will Ospreay Sets Sights On International Dream Match

Will Ospreay recently expressed his desire for high profile tag match in his post-match interview after a Pro Wrestling NOAH event on September 17th.

In the interview, Ospreay expressed his desire to have a dream tag team match alongside Naomichi Marufuji against Eddie Kingston and Jun Akiyama. The interview, which was posted on X, quickly caught the attention of wrestling fans worldwide. Speculation began to run rampant, with many wondering if this dream match could potentially take place at the upcoming AEW WrestleDream event.

Ospreay’s mention of teaming up with Marufuji, a highly respected veteran in the wrestling industry, immediately added an extra layer of excitement to the potential match. Both Ospreay and Marufuji are known for their high-flying, hard-hitting styles.

On the other side of the ring, Kingston and Akiyama are no strangers to intense competition. Kingston, known for his brash and unapologetic persona, has built a reputation as one of the toughest competitors in the business. Akiyama, a legend in Japanese wrestling, brings years of experience and technical prowess to the table.

If this dream tag team match were to become a reality at AEW WrestleDream, it would undoubtedly be a must-see event for fans of professional wrestling.

Recently Dave Meltzer awarded Will Ospreay his 29th five-star match.

When Did Will Ospreay Last Wrestle For AEW?

Will Ospreay last wrestled for AEW on August 27th at the All In event. Ospreay had a match with the legendary Chris Jericho in front of thousands of his home country fans and was able to get the win over Jericho in a match that Dave Meltzer rated four and three-quarter stars.

In recent news, Naomichi Marufuji has labelled Will Ospreay a “genius.”