AEW Double or Nothing Will Ospreay
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Will Ospreay Beats Roderick Strong To Win AEW International Title At AEW Double Or Nothing

Will Ospreay has captured his first title in AEW.

At AEW Double or Nothing, Ospreay challenged Roderick Strong for the AEW International Championship. Ospreay joined AEW in March and has gone undefeated since then. He won a Casino Gauntlet Match to earn a shot at the title.

The loss marked the end of Strong’s reign with the title, which began when he defeated Orange Cassidy at AEW Dynasty. He held the title for 84 days and defended it once, while he also competed in three eliminator matches.


Here’s how the match broke down, courtesy of our play-by-play results:

Strong keeps rolling with some forearms, and he slams Ospreay. He hits a superplex and a back-breaker for a two-count. Ospreay catches Strong with a powerbomb. They exchange strikes. The competitors trade counters, and Ospreay hits the Os-cutter. The referee checks on Strong, and Don Callis talks to Ospreay, telling him to hit the Tiger Driver. Ospreay refuses to do it, and Strong hits the Olympic Slam.

Strong gets a two-count with a stiff shot to the face. Ospreay takes control again and hits the Stormbreaker for the win.

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