Breaking news: Will Ospreay, the revered pro-wrestler, is preparing to re-enter the AEW stage for the momentous All In event. In a surprising twist, however, his adversary is not the widely speculated one. Backtracking to the epoch-making AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door encounter, the spotlight was cast on a spellbinding duel between Will Ospreay and Kenny Omega.
Their eagerly awaited second solo clash was a sequel to their first adrenaline-fueled encounter at NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 17 earlier in January.
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The pair have been exchanging heated barbs on social media platforms for several years, fueling fans' anticipation for their showdowns.
The last confrontation was hailed as a high-octane spectacle by enthusiasts and critics, with Ospreay triumphantly reclaiming the IWGP United States Championship. The victory was thanks in part to Don Callis, the erstwhile ally of Omega, who turned his allegiances to assist Ospreay.
Post-match, the duo engaged in a commendable exchange on social media, seemingly closing the chapter on their rivalry for the time being. The question on everyone's lips now is - Who will square off with Will Ospreay at AEW All In? Despite Ospreay's insistence that he's not in a hurry for a third round with Omega, speculations have been rife among the fan community about another face-off between the two at the All In event in London, England.
Nonetheless, a fresh report from Fightful Select suggests that the management has a novel idea for the British wrestling sensation. As per the report, Ospreay is definitely set to contend on home turf at All In. However, NJPW sources suggest that he is slated to go toe-to-toe with ex-AEW World Champion Chris Jericho, rather than Omega.
The report also hints at a potential involvement of Don Callis in this match-up, stating that he has been actively trying to team up with Jericho for several weeks. Yet, it remains unclear whose corner Callis would be in for the proposed contest, with Fightful Select unable to confirm this detail.
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