Will Ospreay is sure AEW will ‘come back swinging’ heading into Forbidden Door

Will Ospreay spoke with CBS Sports ahead of Forbidden Door, talking about the challenges that have come up in recent months including the record low viewership and rating for AEW Dynamite on 6/19.

That one did suck to see when it came out because, for me, that was a home run Dynamite It was an excellent show. There weren’t any down points in it for me.

It sucks that it was such a low rating but it’s just motivating me and I’m sure it’s motivating others to try and think out of the box and come back swinging.

The reigning AEW International Champion is set to challenge Swerve Strickland at the upcoming pay-per-view for the AEW World Championship with an eye on All In at Wembley Stadium in London on August 25.

The fact that I get to say that I’m going back to Wembley Stadium — even that sentence alone — it’s crazy. The who’s who of professional wrestling, some of them haven’t even wrestled at Wembley Stadium. It’s such a historic venue. It’s the largest venue in the United Kingdom.

It’s such an incredible feeling knowing I get to be an hour away from one of the greatest venues of all time. Being in there with some of the most incredible roster ever known to professional wrestling, I can’t believe how lucky I am to live in this generation of professional wrestling.

Forbidden Door takes place Sunday, June 30 from the UBS Arena in Long Island, New York and will be available on most PPV providers including TrillerTV.