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Will Ospreay Never Thought He’d Leave NJPW, Eddie Kingston vs. Bryan Danielson Set?

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During this week’s episode of Collision, Eddie Kingston challenged Bryan Danielson to a match at the AEW Revolution 2024 pay-per-view event.

Kingston is stilled pissed off that Danielson “stole the thunder” from Bryan Keith following the latter’s match on last week’s episode of AEW Collision.

As of this writing, Danielson hasn’t responded to the challenge.

Will Ospreay will be joining AEW full-time at the 2024 Revolution pay-per-view event, and at a press conference to promote the upcoming NJPW ‘The New Beginning’ event in Osaka, Ospreay revealed that he never thought he’d leave New Japan. He said,

“This has been the greatest eight years of my life. I cannot express to you all how thankful I am that I got to grow up in Japan. I am so thankful that I’ve got to become a man in front of all of you guys. I never thought that this day was ever going to come I could have sworn that I was going to be here for the rest of my life and I would have had no problem with that. As tradition would normally go, I would normally be in a single match or do something traditional, but I mean, let’s be real. Look at the five of us, there’s nothing traditional about us. We were never meant to get to this position. We broke every single barrier that we physically could. Everyone said at first, ‘These guys don’t fit well together. What’s the look? What’s the image?’ Allow me to tell you what the image was. In 2020, when COVID hit and all of us, every single one of us, not just at this table but backstage, all we wanted was to hear your voices. I can’t tell you how many years that COVID era took off my life, man. All I wanted to hear were your voices. It’s funny, we’ve only heard your voices officially now since May 2023. We got your voices back but throughout [that time], we were your voice. When you needed the best professional wrestlers that New Japan has to offer, we stepped up and those posers back there benefited off of our backbreaking work. I refuse to let some five slobs that are trying to live up to the name Bullet Club try and take this night away from me.“

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