After a heated day of discussion from wrestlers, fans, and personalities alike, NXT General Manager William Regal has offered his thoughts on the controversial disagreement between former WCW Champion Vader with Ricochet and Will Ospreay.

Vader criticized the two after a .gif image of the two doing flips in their match was posted online. William Regal took to Twitter to say that he's seen this all before, and pointed to other examples in history before encouraging the young wrestlers.

I watched the match and was shocked.You need to start doing real stuff like people from my era like kip ups,flying head scissors,cart wheels and criss crosses.Get a grip!When I started the job in '83 a lot of the older fellas used to say that Marc Rocco and Marty Jones(who were the real pioneers of the CW style) had killed the business because they did to much.Although they may not admit it anymore,most of the heavyweights in Europe thought the brilliant lightweight and middleweight wrestlers were bad for the job because their style was "not believable enough"..Every country I worked in before I came to the US had different styles and ways of doing things.As long as there's effort then it's right.If the people paying you are happy and you get reactions then make your stuff as good as it can be with what skills you have.May not be for everyone but that's ok.In the match I saw two fellas who looked like fighters having an excellent,hard competed match in a different style.Win win!

Ospreay responded to Vader by doing a Vader Bomb in his match the following night.

Former WWE and ROH talent Shelton Benjamin also chimed in on the situation, saying that everyone wrestling one style would kill the business.


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