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AJ Styles on Call with Will Ospreay Before AEW Signing: Why Would I Not Want the Best Talent in WWE?

One Big Thing

AJ Styles has confirmed that he reached out to Will Ospreay before the latter signed with AEW, expressing his desire to see the best talent in the world join WWE.

Key Details

  • Ospreay recently stated that Styles called him when he was a free agent, believing Styles was trying to “sway” his decision.
  • Styles confirmed the contact and said he’d love for the best talent to come to WWE.
  • Styles praised Ospreay as a “great talent” and noted that there are many talented wrestlers outside of WWE.

Why It Matters

The conversation between Styles and Ospreay highlights the competition between WWE and AEW for top talent in the professional wrestling industry. Styles’ comments suggest that WWE is actively interested in acquiring the best wrestlers from around the world to bolster their roster.

Styles’ Focus on WWE

Despite his interest in top talent, Styles emphasized that his primary focus is on his work within WWE and his family. He stated, “It’s hard to keep my eye on what I’ve got to be focused on. What I’m focused on right now would be WWE.”

Praise for Ospreay

Styles spoke highly of Ospreay, calling him a “great talent” and suggesting that he would have reached out even if Ospreay “were a douchebag.” This indicates a genuine respect for Ospreay’s abilities and potential value to WWE.

Looking Ahead

As AJ Styles prepares to challenge for the Undisputed WWE Championship at Backlash, his comments on Will Ospreay and the desire to bring top talent to WWE offer insight into the company’s recruitment strategy and the ongoing battle for the best wrestlers in the industry.

What do you think about AJ Styles reaching out to Will Ospreay before his AEW signing? Do you believe WWE should actively pursue top talent from outside the company? Leave a comment and share your thoughts!

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