Will Ospreay Reveals Why He Thinks Impact Wrestling Came Out Of A 'Deep Trench'

Will Ospreay returned to Impact Wrestling at the company's Bound For Glory event this weekend, and the IWGP United States/United Kingdom Heavyweight Champion was very happy with the experience.

"I have had the best time at @IMPACTWRESTLING from fan experience to quality of wrestling," Ospreay wrote on X (formerly Twitter). "I honestly believe that the reason they have climbed back from such a deep trench... is because that place is one big team." Ospreay went on to praise not only Impact's roster and staff but also the decision to rebrand back to its original TNA moniker.

"TNA was the reason I wanted to become a wrestler," Ospreay wrote in a follow-up post. "With that team, they will inspire brand new TNA kids."

Ospreay wrestled former Impact X-Division Champion Mike Bailey on Saturday, defeating the Canadian star in a blistering, highly-lauded contest in Cicero, Illinois. Ospreay made numerous mentions of the fact that his contract with New Japan Pro-Wrestling is up in February, and his recent comments add Impact to a list that already includes WWE and AEW for possible future landing spots for the former IWGP World Heavyweight Champion. 

Should Ospreay choose Impact as a new home, the promotion will be rebranded by February, as the TNA makeover is set to take effect on January 14 at the Hard To Kill PPV event in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company is looking to unite its history under the TNA branding and is also looking to book bigger and more prestigious venues in 2024 and beyond.