Will Ospreay: I'm Confident NJPW And I Will Work Something Out, I Don't Want To Live In The US

Will Ospreay has previously said that his contract with New Japan Pro-Wrestling expires in February 2024.

Despite his contract coming up at the beginning of 2024, Ospreay is confident he won't be leaving NJPW.

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"I'm very confident me and New Japan are going to work something out because I don't want to live in America. That's my full stop thing. I just don't want to. It limits me. I'm basically saying, we'll sort something out," Ospreay told Chris Van Vliet on Insight.

When asked what more he has to accomplish in NJPW, Ospreay said, "I just like doing it. I can always reinvent, I can always change it up. Right now, United Empire is real hot. Merchandise sales with us are real good in Japan, we're number one faction in New Japan voted by Tokyo Sports. I can feel something that wasn't the best start with COVID and there was no reason for myself, Great-O-Khan, Henare and Jeff (Cobb) to be put together, but we made it work. There was a bunch of things that always happened, but in the end, we finally got all the group together, ten jewels make the crown. I can't walk around in Japan now without being stopped once a day without people doing the [hand sign] we just made up in the islands. We made a cool hand sign."

Ospreay is set to compete at NJPW Dominion when he faces Lance Archer. The winner of the bout will challenge Kenny Omega for the IWGP US Title.

Fans can check out the lineup for NJPW Dominion by clicking here.

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