Will Ospreay Says He Has "Plenty More Years" In His "Home" Of NJPW

Will Ospreay hints at re-signing with NJPW.

While nothing has been confirmed as far as a contract signing goes, Will Ospreay is definitely sticking around NJPW for the foreseeable future. Ospreay took to Twitter to say, "3 years ago I signed my first deal with @njpw1972. Plenty more years for this wonderful company I now call home."

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Ospreay made his NJPW debut at NJPW Invasion Attack 2016 on Apr. 10, 2016, losing to KUSHIDA in an IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title match. 

When asked if he would be going to "another team," Ospreay said he would be staying with NJPW.

At the end of March, Ospreay announced that he would be moving on from PROGRESS, a company he had been with since 2012.

Ospreay recently competed at the ROH-NJPW G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden this past Saturday, losing his NEVER Openweight Title to Jeff Cobb.

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