Report: Will Ospreay To Work More Shows In The UK

Wants to help out in RevPro

Over the last couple of years, UK native Will Ospreay has been spending much of his time wrestling in NJPW where he is currently the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion.

Scattered within his schedule has been the occasional show in Australia and the UK, such as his match in April 2019 against Rey Fenix at Fight Club Pro: Dream Tag Team Invitational - Tag 2 in Wolverhampton.

According to Dave Meltzer however, this is set to change as the UK Wrestling scene is reportedly struggling, with Ospreay set to increase his workload with RevPro.

Ospreay said that as they gave him so much help when he started, he wants to help rebuild the UK wrestling scene.

For the avoidance of doubt, here is what Meltzer penned: "In connection with that and with the U.K. scene being down across the board, to where WWE even struggled to draw in Hull for TV tapings this past week, Will Ospreay said he now wants to return. Ospreay had pretty much focused on New Japan and Australia in recent years and done less-and-less in the U.S. (except for New Japan) and Europe (a few shows but not regularly working). He’s now living full-time in Japan, something very few guys, pretty much Ospreay, Juice Robinson, formerly Kenny Omega and before that Dick Beyer had done (actually more women did that like Terri Power, Reggie Bennett, Madusa and Debbie Malenko in the 90s). Anyway, he’s said he now wants to work for RevPro between New Japan tours saying that RevPro gave him so much to help him when he started, and he wants to help rebuild the scene."

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