Those involved in WWE view Triple H’s bid to Will Ospreay as notably insufficient

Those involved in WWE view Triple H's bid to Will Ospreay as notably insufficient

After his much-anticipated arrival in AEW, numerous observers, including those within WWE, speculate that Triple H may have overlooked a significant opportunity by not securing the signing of Will Ospreay, potentially due to financial reasons.

Ospreay garnered considerable attention from various wrestling promotions, including WWE, AEW, and TNA, all vying for his talents before ultimately choosing to join AEW. The confirmation of his signing came during the Full Gear event in November, marking the commencement of his full-time involvement with AEW starting at AEW Revolution.

In his inaugural bout, Ospreay emerged victorious against Kyle Fletcher, setting the stage for his upcoming matchup with Bryan Danielson at Dynasty scheduled for next month.

Regarding previous negotiations, the latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, as reported by Dave Meltzer, sheds light on internal sentiments within WWE. Some insiders reportedly believe that Triple H presented Ospreay with an offer significantly below market value.

Meltzer’s account reveals, “It’s worth noting that WWE conveyed in November, upon Ospreay’s signing with AEW, that while no official statements were made publicly, they indicated that Paul Levesque had extended an offer perceived to be far below Ospreay’s worth.”

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