Kenny Omega And Will Ospreay Trade Verbal Shots After 8/24 AEW Dynamite

Kenny Omega unloaded on Will Ospreay after the August 24 episode of AEW Dynamite went off the air.

On Wednesday night, Ospreay and his United Empire stablemates Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis defeated Death Triangle to advance to the next round of the AEW World Trios Championship. After the bell, United Empire was confronted by their opponents next week, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks. Once the show went off the air, Omega and Ospreay had a heated exchange.

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The former AEW World Champion told Ospreay that he was in the big leagues now, so it was time to see if he could handle the responsibility. He noted that he hoped Ospreay could do so, at least better than the way he filled his shoes in NJPW.

"Please. Give our friends from New Japan a wonderful AEW welcome. Now, I’m gonna do something very special that perhaps I shouldn’t. Don’t make me regret it. Because you guys are the guests and you won in the main event. Give these people a piece of your minds. Tell these people how you feel. Thank these people for giving us their time tonight. Now that you guys are in the big leagues, that’s just one of your daily duties. See if you can handle the responsibility, Will. Hopefully you can handle it a little better than filling my shoes in New Japan," Omega said.

Ospreay responded by sharing his belief that he's done more in NJPW than Omega ever did. He called the latter a "fragile bitch" and wondered if he was wearing a shirt to cover his belly.

"I didn’t know 'The Cleaner' was a puss. Fill your shoes? The way I see things is the short time I’ve been in New Japan you’ve done and more, you fragile bitch. Kenny Omega was wearing a t-shirt when he came back. What’s the matter, hiding that belly of yours? Are the abs gone brother? Is that what it is? Look at you, covered in tape. I just did the G1, went to the final, another five stars. While I’ve been working, you’ve been sitting down and getting the Young Bucks to wipe your ass. Face it, you guys have built a wonderful empire here, but it wouldn’t be this good because you invited me to come over here. Money where your mouth is. Next week, United Empire vs. The Elite," he said.

Omega fired back by pointing out that he competed in the G1 in front of sold-out arenas, whereas Ospreay wrestled in the G1 Final in front of 3,000 fans. He also stated that none of the fans know who Ospreay is, and they haven't seen his matches. Omega also made it clear that he beat Kazuchika Okada himself before he told Ospreay that he hasn't even grown out of his diapers.

"Since we’re going to play a little hard ball and since there is absolutely no way anyone is going to see or hear any of this. You wanna talk about doing everything I’ve done except doing more and sooner. That could be true except the only difference is, I did it in front of full, sold out crowds and you did a G1 Final in front of what, 3,000 people? After the hardships that I faced to give people like you an opportunity, you would think that maybe you’d be able to do a little more with it. One man’s opinion doesn’t mean much to me at all. None of these people know any of your matches. None of these people even know you. I introduced them to you. I introduced them to you a lot like I introduced you to the heavyweight scene in New Japan. I never got one thank you from you will. Not one, and here you are talking a whole lot of shit in front of all these people thinking you’re a real tough guy because you wrestled five matches in five days on a couple of indies and a couple of lower card New Japan guys. You lost to Okada, big deal. I’ve lost to Okada too, but I’ve also beaten Okada on the biggest stage of them all. The match that I’m talking about, that’s the one everyone calls the best one of all time, something no one says about your matches. In fact, no can even remember your matches. I gave you the impossible task of filling my shoes. Maybe I shouldn’t have given you a pie of shoes when you still haven’t grown out of your diapers. Hey will, I appreciate you man. No heat," Omega said.

Omega and Ospreay have been feuding on social media and through comments they have made in interviews. In an interview with Fightful, Omega previously stated that Ospreay has many forgettable five-star matches. Meanwhile, Ospreay has vowed to end Omega.

Omega and the Young Bucks will face United Empire on the August 31 episode of AEW Dynamite. Fightful will have coverage of the show as it airs.

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