Will Ospreay working All In has caused some envy among other AEW wrestlers as many are still waiting to hear if they will get booked for the major PPV.
Will Ospreay Working All In Causes Envy With AEW Wrestlers
In August, AEW will produce their first pay per view outside of the United States. All In is set to take place from England’s Wembley Stadium.
The massive stadium will see AEW hold its largest crowd to date. Around 65,000 tickets have already been sold.
No matches or wrestlers have been confirmed, but Will Ospreay is expected to be part of the show. Also, Kenny Omega wrestling on the show seems like a no-brainer as he is one of the top stars in AEW.
Many are under the impression Ospreay and Omega will wrestle each other on that huge show. Fans are stoked to see that match, but maybe not everyone in the AEW locker room.
During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez revealed some AEW talent are shaking their head at the moment.
“Some wrestlers are upset about not knowing they’re going to be on this show,” said Alvarez.
Besides All In, Ospreay is also likely to wrestle at Forbidden Door 2.
Omega and Ospreay have met before. There contest at New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s Wrestle Kingdom 17 is an easy candidate for the best match of 2023.
During that show, Omega won the IWGP United States Championship from Ospreay. Since then, fans have been waiting for the rematch.
On the latest edition of AEW Dynamite, Don Callis turned on Omega. That turn was hinted for months and Callis could either join The Blackpool Combat Club or mange Ospreay.
Either way, Callis and Ospreay will be two individuals that Omega will probably be feuding with throughout at least the summer.
So, are talent right to be upset that they do not know if they will be booked, while Will Ospreay working All In is basically set?