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{{Infobox Wrestler
 
{{Infobox Wrestler
 
| name = Will Ospreay
 
| name = Will Ospreay
| image = [[File:0011 レイヤー-3-352x528.png|thumb]]
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| image = Will Ospreay 2019.png
 
| names = '''Will Ospreay'''<br>William Ospreay<br>Dark Britannico<br>Neo Britannico
 
| names = '''Will Ospreay'''<br>William Ospreay<br>Dark Britannico<br>Neo Britannico
 
| height = 6 ft 1 in. (185 cm)
 
| height = 6 ft 1 in. (185 cm)
 
| weight = 190 lbs (86 kg)
 
| weight = 190 lbs (86 kg)
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1993|5|7}}
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| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1993|5|7|df=yes}}
 
| birth_place = [[Rainham, Essex, England]]
 
| birth_place = [[Rainham, Essex, England]]
 
| resides =
 
| resides =
 
| billed = Essex, England
 
| billed = Essex, England
| trainer =
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| trainer = Greg Burridge<br>Gary Vanderhorn<br> London School of Lucha Libre
| debut = April 1, [[2012]]
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| debut = 1 April [[2012]]
 
| retired =
 
| retired =
 
}}
 
}}
'''William Ospreay''' (May 7, [[1993]]) is an [[English]] [[professional wrestler]] better known by the ring name '''Will Ospreay'''. He is currently signed to [[New Japan Pro Wrestling]]. He was previously signed to both [[Ring of Honor]] and [[Evolve]].
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'''William Ospreay''' (7 May [[1993]]) is an [[English]] [[professional wrestler]] better known by the ring name '''Will Ospreay'''. He is currently signed to [[New Japan Pro Wrestling]]. He was previously signed to both [[Ring of Honor]] and [[Evolve]].
   
 
==Professional wrestling career==
 
==Professional wrestling career==
 
===Early career (2012)===
 
===Early career (2012)===
Ospreay debuted on April 1, 2012, in the United Kingdom in a four-way match at the BritWres-Fest 2012 event. Debuting as Dark Britannico, he and competitors Metallico and Santeria were defeated by Leon Britannico. He wrestled his next match on June 24 at [[PROGRESS Wrestling]]'s [[PROGRESS Chapter Two: The March Of Progress]] event, where he and [[Alex Esmail]] debuted as the tag team [[The Velocity Vipers]]. They were defeated by [[The London Riots]] ([[James Davis]] & [[Rob Lynch]]).
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Ospreay debuted on 1 April 2012, in the United Kingdom in a four-way match at the BritWres-Fest 2012 event. Debuting as Dark Britannico, he and competitors Metallico and Santeria were defeated by Leon Britannico. He wrestled his next match on 24 June at [[PROGRESS Wrestling]]'s [[PROGRESS Chapter Two: The March Of Progress]] event, where he and [[Alex Esmail]] debuted as the tag team [[The Velocity Vipers]]. They were defeated by [[The London Riots]] ([[James Davis]] & [[Rob Lynch]]).
   
Ospreay made his [[International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom]] debut on September 15 at the [[IPW:UK Samuels vs. Frazier 2012]] event where he and [[Mark Haskins]] were defeated by [[Ashley Reed]] and [[Paul Robinson]] in a four way match. He finished his debut year with two matches during the month of November beginning with a November 10 booking for [[NWA-UK Hammerlock]] where he defeated [[Darrell Allen]]. On November 25 at [[PROGRESS Chapter Four: The Ballad Of El Ligero]] Ospreay was defeated by [[Mark Andrews]].
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Ospreay made his [[International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom]] debut on 15 September at the [[IPW:UK Samuels vs. Frazier 2012]] event where he and [[Mark Haskins]] were defeated by [[Ashley Reed]] and [[Paul Robinson]] in a four-way match. He finished his debut year with two matches during the month of November beginning with a 10 November booking for [[NWA-UK Hammerlock]] where he defeated [[Darrell Allen]]. On 25 November at [[PROGRESS Chapter Four: The Ballad Of El Ligero]] Ospreay was defeated by [[Mark Andrews]].
   
 
===New Japan Pro Wrestling (2016-present)===
 
===New Japan Pro Wrestling (2016-present)===
Ospreay signed with New Japan Pro Wrestling and made his debut on April 10, 2016. His debut match was a title shot against [[KUSHIDA]] for the [[IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship]] but was defeated by the champion. They had a rematch on June 19 at [[NJPW Dominion 6.19 In Osaka-Jo Hall]] but was again defeated by KUSHIDA. On September 22, he had a [[ROH World Championship]] match at [[NJPW Destruction In Hiroshima]] but was defeated by the defending champion Adam Cole. On October 8 at [[NJPW New Japan Road ~ Ganbare! Uonuma 2016]], Ospreay teamed with [[Trent Beretta]] and [[Rocky Romero]] to challenge for the [[NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship]] but were defeated by the champions [[David Finlay]], [[Ricochet]] & [[Satoshi Kojima]].
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Ospreay signed with New Japan Pro Wrestling and made his debut on 10 April 2016. His debut match was a title shot against [[KUSHIDA]] for the [[IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship]] but was defeated by the champion. They had a rematch on 19 June at [[NJPW Dominion 6.19 In Osaka-Jo Hall]] but was again defeated by KUSHIDA. On 22 September he had a [[ROH World Championship]] match at [[NJPW Destruction In Hiroshima]] but was defeated by the defending champion Adam Cole. On [[October 8|8 October]] at [[NJPW New Japan Road ~ Ganbare! Uonuma 2016]], Ospreay teamed with [[Trent Beretta]] and [[Rocky Romero]] to challenge for the [[NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship]] but were defeated by the champions [[David Finlay]], [[Ricochet]] & [[Satoshi Kojima]].
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Will Ospreay would start 2019 well and defeat [[Kota Ibushi]] for the [[NEVER Openweight Championship]] in the opening match of [[Wrestle Kingdom 13]], signifying a potential move to the Heavyweight division.
   
 
===Ring Of Honor (2016-2017)===
 
===Ring Of Honor (2016-2017)===
On November 18, 2016, Ospreay made his ROH debut during the opening night of the [[ROH Reach For The Sky - Night 1|ROH Reach For The Sky]], where he defeated [[Bobby Fish]] to win the [[ROH World Television Championship]]. During the second night of the event, he and [[Marty Scurll]] challenged for the [[ROH World Tag Team Championship]] held by [[The Young Bucks]] ([[Matt Jackson]] & [[Nick Jackson]]) but were defeated. On the third night of the event, Ospreay dropped the World Television title to his tag partner Marty Scurll. On December 2 at [[ROH Final Battle 2016]], Ospreay challenged for a title rematch that included Marty Scurll and third opponent [[Dragon Lee]] but Scurll successfully retained the title in this challenge.
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On 18 November 2016, Ospreay made his ROH debut during the opening night of the [[ROH Reach For The Sky - Night 1|ROH Reach For The Sky]], where he defeated [[Bobby Fish]] to win the [[ROH World Television Championship]]. During the second night of the event, he and [[Marty Scurll]] challenged for the [[ROH World Tag Team Championship]] held by [[The Young Bucks]] ([[Matt Jackson]] & [[Nick Jackson]]) but were defeated. On the third night of the event, Ospreay dropped the World Television title to his tag partner Marty Scurll. On 2 December at [[ROH Final Battle 2016]], Ospreay challenged for a title rematch that included Marty Scurll and third opponent [[Dragon Lee]] but Scurll successfully retained the title in this challenge.
   
 
As 2017 began, Ospreay joined ROH and NJPW on their joint promotion tours, wrestling matches in Japan, Canada and in the United States.
 
As 2017 began, Ospreay joined ROH and NJPW on their joint promotion tours, wrestling matches in Japan, Canada and in the United States.
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*'''Finishing moves'''
 
*'''Finishing moves'''
 
**''OsCutter'' (Springboard [[Cutter]])
 
**''OsCutter'' (Springboard [[Cutter]])
**''Storm Breaker'' (Double Underhook Canadian Backbreaker Rack transitioned into a modified Corkscrew Neckbreaker) 2018-present
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**''Storm Breaker'' (Double Underhook Canadian Backbreaker Rack transitioned into a modified Corkscrew Neckbreaker) 2018–present
   
 
*'''Signature moves'''
 
*'''Signature moves'''
**540° corkscrew senton bomb
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**540° Corkscrew Senton Bomb
 
**[[630 Senton|630° Senton]]
 
**[[630 Senton|630° Senton]]
 
**''Air Assassin'' (Imploding [[450 Splash|450° Splash]])
 
**''Air Assassin'' (Imploding [[450 Splash|450° Splash]])
**''Burning Star Press'' (Shooting star press to an opponent hanging in the top rope)
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**Springboard [[450 Splash|450° Splash]]
**Corkscrew falling [[Stunner]], as a reversal to a suplex; adopted from [[Dragon Kid]]
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**Multiple Shooting Star Press variations
**Corkscrew shooting star press
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***Shooting Star Press
**''Essex Destroyer'' (Running front flip [[DDT]])
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***Corkscrew Shooting Star Press
**''Iron Octopus'' ([[Octopus hold]])
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***''Burning Star Press'' (Shooting Star Press to an opponent hanging in the top rope)
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***Standing Shooting Star Press (Also used as finisher)
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**''Stun Dog Millionaire'' (Corkscrew falling [[Stunner]], as a reversal to a suplex; adopted from [[Dragon Kid]])
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**''Essex Destroyer'' (Running Front Flip [[DDT]])
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**''Iron Octopus'' ([[Wrestling holds#Octopus hold|Octopus Hold]])
 
**Multiple kick variations
 
**Multiple kick variations
 
***540°
 
***540°
 
***''Cheeky Nandos Kick'' (Superkick to opponent on the turnbuckle)
 
***''Cheeky Nandos Kick'' (Superkick to opponent on the turnbuckle)
 
***[[Dropkick|Drop]]
 
***[[Dropkick|Drop]]
***Handspring Enzuigiri
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***Handspring Roundhouse
 
***''Robinson Special'' (720° to the back of the head of a rising opponent)
 
***''Robinson Special'' (720° to the back of the head of a rising opponent)
 
***Roundhouse
 
***Roundhouse
 
***''Silent Whisper (''[[Superkick]])
 
***''Silent Whisper (''[[Superkick]])
 
***Hook
 
***Hook
***Rear Super (Marufuji Hook)
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***Marufuji Hook adopted from [[Naomichi Marufuji]]
**''Hidden Blade'' (High impact swinging back elbow to the back of a kneeling opponent's head, with theatrics. Also used as a finishing move)
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**''Hidden Blade'' (High Impact Swinging Back Elbow to the back of a kneeling opponent's head, with theatrics. Also used as a finishing move)
**''Pip Pip Cheerio'' (Springboard forearm smash)
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**Tiger feint kick
**''Rainham Maker'' (Standing moonsault side slam, sometimes transitioned from a wrist-lock); adopted from [[Kazuchika Okada]]
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**''Pip Pip Cheerio'' (Springboard Forearm Smash)
**Running 540 corkscrew senton bomb
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**''Rainham Maker'' (Standing Moonsault Side Slam, sometimes transitioned from a wrist-lock); adopted from [[Kazuchika Okada]]
**Running knee strike to an opponent's head; used as a finisher in WCPW/DW
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**Running 540° Corkscrew Senton Bomb
**''Sasuke Special/Space Tiger Drop'' (Cartwheel over the top rope suicide corkscrew moonsault)
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**Running Knee Strike to an opponent's head; used as a finisher in WCPW/DW
**Standing shooting star press
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**''Sasuke Special/Space Tiger Drop'' (Cartwheel Over the Top Rope Suicide Corkscrew Moonsault)
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**''Rainmaker'' (Wrist-lock transitioned into a short-arm [[Lariat]]) Adopted from [[Kazuchika Okada]]
   
 
*'''Tag teams and stables'''
 
*'''Tag teams and stables'''
**[[2 Guys Hanging Out]] (w/ [[Chris Sabin]])
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**[[2 Guys Hanging Out]] (w/[[Chris Sabin]])
**[[Spitfire Britannia]] (w/ [[Tom Dawkins]])
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**[[Spitfire Britannia]] (w/[[Tom Dawkins]])
**[[Velocity Vipers]] (w/ [[Alex Esmail]])
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**[[Velocity Vipers]] (w/[[Alex Esmail]])
 
**[[Swords of Essex]]
 
**[[Swords of Essex]]
 
**[[CHAOS]]
 
**[[CHAOS]]
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*'''Nicknames'''
 
*'''Nicknames'''
 
**'''"The Aerial Assassin"'''
 
**'''"The Aerial Assassin"'''
**"'''The Commonwealth King'''"
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**"The Commonwealth King"
**'''"QuickSilver"'''
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**"QuickSilver"
**'''"The Cat"'''
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**"The Cat"
 
**'''"Sky King"'''
 
**'''"Sky King"'''
 
**'''The Assassin'''
 
**'''The Assassin'''
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**"Goin' Down" by Brady Ellis/Warner Chappell ([[ROH]])
 
**"Goin' Down" by Brady Ellis/Warner Chappell ([[ROH]])
 
**'''"The Aerial Assassin"''' by Yonosuke Kitamura
 
**'''"The Aerial Assassin"''' by Yonosuke Kitamura
**'''"Shoot to Thrill"''' by AC/DC ([[PWG]])
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**"Shoot to Thrill" by AC/DC ([[PWG]])
**'''"Just One"''' by Hoobastank
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**"Just One" by Hoobastank
 
** Uptown Funk' - Bruno Mars
 
** Uptown Funk' - Bruno Mars
** '''"Elevated"''' by It Lives, It Breathes
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** "Elevated" by It Lives, It Breathes
   
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
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*'''[[New Japan Pro Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[New Japan Pro Wrestling]]'''
:*[[IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship]] (2[[IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship/Champion history| times)]]
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:*[[IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship]] ([[IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship/Champion history|3 times]])
:*[[Best of the Super Juniors]] (2016)
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:*[[Best of the Super Juniors]] (2016, 2019)
:*[[NEVER Openweight Championship]] (1 time)
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:*[[NEVER Openweight Championship]] ([[NEVER Openweight Championship/Champion history|1 time]])
   
 
*'''[[Preston City Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[Preston City Wrestling]]'''
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*'''[[Revolution Pro Wrestling]]'''
 
*'''[[Revolution Pro Wrestling]]'''
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:*[[RevPro Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship]] (1 time, '''Current''')
 
:*[[RevPro British Cruiserweight Championship]] (2 times)
 
:*[[RevPro British Cruiserweight Championship]] (2 times)
 
:*[[RevPro British Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) with Paul Robinson
 
:*[[RevPro British Tag Team Championship]] (1 time) with Paul Robinson
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:*WCPW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scotty Wainwright
 
:*WCPW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scotty Wainwright
 
:*Defiant Wrestling Award for Match of the Year (2017) – vs [[Drew Galloway]] on March 6
 
:*Defiant Wrestling Award for Match of the Year (2017) – vs [[Drew Galloway]] on March 6
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*'''''[[Wrestling Observer Newsletter]]'''''
 
*'''''[[Wrestling Observer Newsletter]]'''''
:*5 Star Match (2016) with Matt Sydal and Ricochet vs. Adam Cole and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) on 3 September
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*5 Star Match (2016) with Matt Sydal and Ricochet vs. Adam Cole and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) on 3 September
 
:*5 Star Match (2017) vs. [[Kushida]] on June 3
 
:*5 Star Match (2017) vs. [[Kushida]] on June 3
 
:*5 Star Match (2018) vs. [[Marty Scurll]] on April 1
 
:*5 Star Match (2018) vs. [[Marty Scurll]] on April 1
 
:*5 Star Match (2018) with [[Hiroshi Tanahashi]] vs. [[Kenny Omega]] and [[Kota Ibushi]] on December 15
 
:*5 Star Match (2018) with [[Hiroshi Tanahashi]] vs. [[Kenny Omega]] and [[Kota Ibushi]] on December 15
:*Best Flying Wrestler (2016, 2017, 2018)
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:*5 Star Match (2019) vs. [[Bandido]] on May 23
:*Non-Heavyweight MVP (2018)
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:*5 3/4 Star Match (2019) vs. [[Shingo Takagi]] on June 5
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:*5 Star Match (2019) vs. [[Dragon Lee]] on June 9
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:*5 Star Match (2019) vs. Kota Ibushi on July 18
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:*5 3/4 Star Match (2019) vs. [[Kazuchika Okada]] on July 20
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:*5 1/2 Star Match (2020) vs. [[Hiromu Takahashi]] on January 4
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:*5 Star Match (2020) vs. [[Zack Sabre Jr.]] on February 14
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:*Best Flying Wrestler (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
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:*Best Wrestling Maneuver (2019) ''Storm Breaker''
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:*Match of The Year (2019) vs. Shingo Takagi on June 5
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:*Most Outstanding Wrestler (2019)
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:*Non-Heavyweight MVP (2018, 2019)
   
 
*'''Other titles'''
 
*'''Other titles'''
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[[File:Cm logo.jpg|50px]] [http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=14028&name=Will+Ospreay Profile]
 
*[[File:Cm logo.jpg|50px]] [http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=14028&name=Will+Ospreay Profile]
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{{NJPW wrestlers}}
 
[[Category:English wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:English wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:Living people]]
 
[[Category:Living people]]
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[[Category:World Of Sport Wrestling current roster]]
 
[[Category:World Of Sport Wrestling current roster]]
 
[[Category:NEVER Openweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:NEVER Openweight Champions]]
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[[Category:5 Star Wrestling alumni]]
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[[Category:Revolution Pro Wrestling Triple Crown Champion]]

Revision as of 04:33, May 16, 2020

William Ospreay (7 May 1993) is an English professional wrestler better known by the ring name Will Ospreay. He is currently signed to New Japan Pro Wrestling. He was previously signed to both Ring of Honor and Evolve.

Professional wrestling career

Early career (2012)

Ospreay debuted on 1 April 2012, in the United Kingdom in a four-way match at the BritWres-Fest 2012 event. Debuting as Dark Britannico, he and competitors Metallico and Santeria were defeated by Leon Britannico. He wrestled his next match on 24 June at PROGRESS Wrestling's PROGRESS Chapter Two: The March Of Progress event, where he and Alex Esmail debuted as the tag team The Velocity Vipers. They were defeated by The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch).

Ospreay made his International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom debut on 15 September at the IPW:UK Samuels vs. Frazier 2012 event where he and Mark Haskins were defeated by Ashley Reed and Paul Robinson in a four-way match. He finished his debut year with two matches during the month of November beginning with a 10 November booking for NWA-UK Hammerlock where he defeated Darrell Allen. On 25 November at PROGRESS Chapter Four: The Ballad Of El Ligero Ospreay was defeated by Mark Andrews.

New Japan Pro Wrestling (2016-present)

Ospreay signed with New Japan Pro Wrestling and made his debut on 10 April 2016. His debut match was a title shot against KUSHIDA for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship but was defeated by the champion. They had a rematch on 19 June at NJPW Dominion 6.19 In Osaka-Jo Hall but was again defeated by KUSHIDA. On 22 September he had a ROH World Championship match at NJPW Destruction In Hiroshima but was defeated by the defending champion Adam Cole. On 8 October at NJPW New Japan Road ~ Ganbare! Uonuma 2016, Ospreay teamed with Trent Beretta and Rocky Romero to challenge for the NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship but were defeated by the champions David Finlay, Ricochet & Satoshi Kojima.

Will Ospreay would start 2019 well and defeat Kota Ibushi for the NEVER Openweight Championship in the opening match of Wrestle Kingdom 13, signifying a potential move to the Heavyweight division.

Ring Of Honor (2016-2017)

On 18 November 2016, Ospreay made his ROH debut during the opening night of the ROH Reach For The Sky, where he defeated Bobby Fish to win the ROH World Television Championship. During the second night of the event, he and Marty Scurll challenged for the ROH World Tag Team Championship held by The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) but were defeated. On the third night of the event, Ospreay dropped the World Television title to his tag partner Marty Scurll. On 2 December at ROH Final Battle 2016, Ospreay challenged for a title rematch that included Marty Scurll and third opponent Dragon Lee but Scurll successfully retained the title in this challenge.

As 2017 began, Ospreay joined ROH and NJPW on their joint promotion tours, wrestling matches in Japan, Canada and in the United States.

Personal life

William Ospreay is currently in a relationship with a female professional wrestler Beatrice Priestley.

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
    • OsCutter (Springboard Cutter)
    • Storm Breaker (Double Underhook Canadian Backbreaker Rack transitioned into a modified Corkscrew Neckbreaker) 2018–present
  • Signature moves
    • 540° Corkscrew Senton Bomb
    • 630° Senton
    • Air Assassin (Imploding 450° Splash)
    • Springboard 450° Splash
    • Multiple Shooting Star Press variations
      • Shooting Star Press
      • Corkscrew Shooting Star Press
      • Burning Star Press (Shooting Star Press to an opponent hanging in the top rope)
      • Standing Shooting Star Press (Also used as finisher)
    • Stun Dog Millionaire (Corkscrew falling Stunner, as a reversal to a suplex; adopted from Dragon Kid)
    • Essex Destroyer (Running Front Flip DDT)
    • Iron Octopus (Octopus Hold)
    • Multiple kick variations
      • 540°
      • Cheeky Nandos Kick (Superkick to opponent on the turnbuckle)
      • Drop
      • Handspring Roundhouse
      • Robinson Special (720° to the back of the head of a rising opponent)
      • Roundhouse
      • Silent Whisper (Superkick)
      • Hook
      • Marufuji Hook adopted from Naomichi Marufuji
    • Hidden Blade (High Impact Swinging Back Elbow to the back of a kneeling opponent's head, with theatrics. Also used as a finishing move)
    • Tiger feint kick
    • Pip Pip Cheerio (Springboard Forearm Smash)
    • Rainham Maker (Standing Moonsault Side Slam, sometimes transitioned from a wrist-lock); adopted from Kazuchika Okada
    • Running 540° Corkscrew Senton Bomb
    • Running Knee Strike to an opponent's head; used as a finisher in WCPW/DW
    • Sasuke Special/Space Tiger Drop (Cartwheel Over the Top Rope Suicide Corkscrew Moonsault)
    • Rainmaker (Wrist-lock transitioned into a short-arm Lariat) Adopted from Kazuchika Okada
  • Nicknames
    • "The Aerial Assassin"
    • "The Commonwealth King"
    • "QuickSilver"
    • "The Cat"
    • "Sky King"
    • The Assassin
  • Entrance themes
    • "Goin' Down" by Brady Ellis/Warner Chappell (ROH)
    • "The Aerial Assassin" by Yonosuke Kitamura
    • "Shoot to Thrill" by AC/DC (PWG)
    • "Just One" by Hoobastank
    • Uptown Funk' - Bruno Mars
    • "Elevated" by It Lives, It Breathes

Championships and accomplishments

  • Lucha Britannia World Championship (2 times)
  • MCW Intercommonwealth Championship (1 time)
  • PCW 'One to Watch in 2015' End of Year Award (2014)
  • Professional Wrestling Alliance
  • PWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • PWI ranked him #12 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2018
  • Reloaded Championship Wrestling Alliance
  • RCWA Elite-1 Championship (1 time)
  • SoCal Uncensored
  • WCPW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scotty Wainwright
  • Defiant Wrestling Award for Match of the Year (2017) – vs Drew Galloway on March 6
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter
  • 5 Star Match (2016) with Matt Sydal and Ricochet vs. Adam Cole and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) on 3 September
  • 5 Star Match (2017) vs. Kushida on June 3
  • 5 Star Match (2018) vs. Marty Scurll on April 1
  • 5 Star Match (2018) with Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi on December 15
  • 5 Star Match (2019) vs. Bandido on May 23
  • 5 3/4 Star Match (2019) vs. Shingo Takagi on June 5
  • 5 Star Match (2019) vs. Dragon Lee on June 9
  • 5 Star Match (2019) vs. Kota Ibushi on July 18
  • 5 3/4 Star Match (2019) vs. Kazuchika Okada on July 20
  • 5 1/2 Star Match (2020) vs. Hiromu Takahashi on January 4
  • 5 Star Match (2020) vs. Zack Sabre Jr. on February 14
  • Best Flying Wrestler (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
  • Best Wrestling Maneuver (2019) Storm Breaker
  • Match of The Year (2019) vs. Shingo Takagi on June 5
  • Most Outstanding Wrestler (2019)
  • Non-Heavyweight MVP (2018, 2019)
  • Other titles
  • British Triangle Championship (1 time) with Paul Robinson and Scott Wainwright

External links

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