Will Ospreay On How He Became The Best Wrestler In The World: It's About Humility Most Of All

Will Ospreay discusses what helped him become the best wrestler in the world.

Ospreay has competed across the world from Japan, to the UK to the United States and has been widely regarded as the best wrestler in the world over the course of the last couple of years.

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While speaking on The Mark Hoke show, Ospreay was asked for some insight on how he has developed into the best wrestlers in the world, with Will noting that humility most of all played it's part.

"I mean, look, it's about humility, most of all. It's about realizing that you're not good at everything. And the way that you're going to get better at this is by throwing yourself into the deep end, man. That's what I did when I went to Japan. I was 22 years old, boss. 22 years old. I didn't know a lick of Japanese at all. I could barely speak English, mate. I could barely speak English as it is now. So for me, it was all about just applying myself and learning from all of my peers over in Japan. And, man, listen, I don't say it often, I do feel like right now I'm the best in the world at what I do, and I'm doing my very best to just live up to everybody's expectations. But, like, a lot of this is all about humility, and a lot of it is about saying, like, I don't think I'm the best all the time, but as long as I'm giving everything that I've got, I believe in that ring. Right now, bell to bell, no one's doing better than me."

Ospreay is scheduled to challenge Roderick Strong for the AEW International Championship at AEW Double Or Nothing on Sunday.

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