Aussie Open are All Elite, having signed with AEW, and Will Ospreay took the opportunity to comment on the topic.
Since Aussie Open are part of Ospreay’s United Empire stable, The Aerial Assassin was asked by Dark Puroresu Flowsion whether that could lead to him signing with AEW in the near future. Ospreay said,
“They know my situation [and] I gotta do what’s best for me, but whether nothing changes or everything changes. If they ever needed me, my door will always open to them.”
Ospreay previously stated that he’s happy in NJPW, but he’d be “a fool not to hear people out.” His NJPW contract reportedly expires next year.
I asked Will Ospreay if Aussie Open signing with AEW would pursuade him to sign there as well:
“They know my situation & I gotta do what’s best for me, but weather nothing changes or everything changes. If they ever needed me, my door will always open to them” pic.twitter.com/mbFUdgCHQi
— Dark Puroresu Flowsion (@PuroresuFlow) May 25, 2023
Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan) overcame the odds to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title in the main event of WrestleMania 30 as he defeated Randy Orton and Batista to lay claim to the prestigious title.
During a recent appearance on the “Developmentally Speaking” podcast, Matthew Rehwoldt (formerly Aiden English) recalled Sami Zayn’s reaction to Bryan’s WrestleMania 30 win.
Rehwoldt said, “I was at WrestleMania 30 when the whole Daniel Bryan thing [happened]. I think I still have a photo of Sami Zayn who was with ‘NXT,’ watching Bryan, who was like an old friend of his, win the world title. I have a photo of him watching from the tunnel. It was actually really cool.”
Rehwoldt, who most recently worked for Impact Wrestling as a commentator, is now a free agent and interested in a potential in-ring return.
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