The great Vader-Will Ospreay feud of 2016 isn't over yet, wrestling fans.
The former WCW United States and World Heavyweight Champion is not letting his beef with Ospreay go quietly into the night. His public criticism of the British wrestler went on for months, which prompted a match between the two at Revolution Pro Wrestling's Uprising 2016. Vader eventually won the match, after interference by Pete Dunne and Ricochet.
Now, Vader is claiming that the deal he had with RevPro UK was not fulfilled, as he was allegedly promised a copy of the event to sell in the United States. He alludes to that in this tweet:
That's not the only mention Vader has made directly or indirectly of that situation. "Hes lying in his teeth liitle prick i should have knocked his little ass out One mor Match," he tweeted in response to a fan recently. He said "This little shit &his promoter r fking liars @WillOsreay They never met there end of the dealwhere rthe tapes willy." Needless to say, there were a couple of typos in there from the former WCW Champion.
Sunday, Vader dove deeper into the situation between himself, Ospreay and RevPro UK. He commented on the booking decision with the match, saying that RevPro UK had suggested the outcome of Vader beating Ospreay. Ospreay has been almost silent in regards to the situation. The only post from his social media accounts that could serve as a response to Vader is shown below.
Currently, Ospreay is wrestling for New Japan, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Rev Pro UK and other indie promotions.While Vader claims to not be retired, his last match prior to wrestling Ospreay appears to be in June 2015. He wrestled Bram on Impact Wrestling in a return to TNA.