Will Ospreay Attacks Kenny Omega After AEW Dynamite Goes Off Air

The long-awaited in-ring confrontation between Kenny Omega and Will Ospreay lastly culminated on Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite. Meeting within the semifinals of the AEW World Trios Titles match, Ospreay and Aussie Open battled Omega and the Young Bucks in a important occasion bout that slowed down for nobody. Ospreay’s athleticism was placed on full show as he landed corkscrew moonsaults, springboard cutters, and extra. The high-octane offense wasn’t sufficient for the Commonwealth Kingpin, as The Cleaner efficiently struck Kyle Fletcher with the One-Winged Angel. This victory sends The Elite to AEW All Out, the place they’re going to face both Best Friends or Dark Order within the finals.

After Dynamite went off the air, Omega took to the mic for the third consecutive week to deal with the AEW crowd. As he was thanking followers in attendance, Ospreay jumped him with a again elbow strike. While the Bucks tried to battle off United Empire, Ospreay and firm by no means misplaced management. The assault culminated in Fletcher and tag companion Mark Davis holding a inclined Omega up for Ospreay, who landed a Hidden Blade to the entrance of Omega’s face.

From there, Ospreay and Aussie Open put their crowns up and retreated to the locker room.

Considering this match was Ospreay’s final AEW dedication for the foreseeable future, this assault was possible finished to additional the years-long feud between himself and Omega. The two first met in singles competitors manner again in December 2015, and regardless of being below the identical New Japan roof for 3 years after that, the 2 males not often crossed paths. It wasn’t till Omega left New Japan for AEW that issues turned bitter between them, as Omega usually criticized Ospreay for being unable to fill his sneakers in NJPW. Meanwhile, Ospreay took photographs again at Omega, calling him two-faced and reminding him that his lot has been on the drawback of coping with a world pandemic.

“This ain’t over by a long shot, Ken,” Ospreay mentioned in the course of the assault.

As evident by the post-show angle, this trios match was simply the newest chapter within the e book of Ospreay vs. Omega. The two are sure to fulfill in singles competitors finally, and based mostly on how affected person they have been prior to now, that match may not come for an additional 12 months. That mentioned, Ospreay’s G1 Climax loss to Kazuchika Okada leaves him and not using a match for NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 17. With Omega’s storied historical past in NJPW, it is potential that the 2 might lastly meet on that Tokyo Dome stage. If it would not go down on New Japan soil, there’s potential for Ospreay vs. Omega to headline a possible AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door sequel.

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It’s additionally price noting that Omega’s supervisor, Don Callis, confronted Ospreay earlier within the Dynamite broadcast, the place he showered him with compliments in a backstage phase. This has followers speculating that Callis might activate Omega in favor of Ospreay in some unspecified time in the future on this inevitable singles storyline.


For now, Omega turns his sights to AEW All Out, the place he and the Bucks compete within the AEW World Trios Titles finals.

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