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Will Ospreay recently was interviewed by Wrestling Republic’s Eric Novak on the All Real Wrestling Podcast.
On the new episode of the podcast, Ospreay opens up about his career, life, health, and more.
During the interview, Will talked about his wrestling career and where he sees himself right now and in the future, the answer was New Japan Pro Wrestling.
He said “I think I will end being with New Japan for life because they stuck by me so much. They got me all the greatest doctors, I was being looked after so well. I will never forget what New Japan did for me, I can’t tell you enough how much I love this company for everything they’ve done for me throughout 2020. I will never forget it and I will never forget those people.”
He continued “It was one thing after another, after another, after another. It was just like at points I didn’t even want to be here anymore man, like it’s horrible to say it but like I’m over the moon I’m here now because like the people that I’ve met along the way and the people that I’ve reconnected with and just like man I’m so grateful to be alive, I’m so happy to be here. I’m so grateful just to be able to perform under the New Japan banner, I’m so grateful to have like everyone backstage who are supporting me. I’m so grateful to revolution pro wrestling, I’m so grateful to all of my friends. That locker room right now is phenomenal. I’m so grateful to be here.”
Ospreay signed with NJPW in 2016, where he has had a successful career, winning the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship once, the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship three times, the NEVER Openweight Championship once, the Best of the Super Juniors Tournament two times, and the New Japan Cup in 2021.
You can watch the full interview on the All Wrestling Republic Podcast youtube channel.
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