Will Ospreay responds to Triple H on Dynamite after jab on lighter schedule

Will Ospreay seemed like he was offended at the remarks that Triple H made over WrestleMania weekend when during the Pat McAfee Show on Friday he said that those who prefer to work elsewhere because of the lighter schedule have no business being in WWE.

“If you’re not in it for the grind at that point early in your career, you have no business being here,” Triple H said.

Speaking with Renee Paquette in an interview on Dynamite, the British star fired back at Triple H.

“Normally I wouldn’t rise to this type of bait. But seeing as the guy who said it is only in the position he is in because he was grinding on the boss’s daughter, you are in no position to tell me what the grind is all about, my friend, because you have no idea what I fight for,” Ospreay said as as uncomfortable-looking Paquette lowered her head.

“So let this be a painful little jab back and a gentle reminder, that you do not throw stones at an assassin with a machine gun,” Ospreay continued, adding before that he’s delivering some of the best wrestling matches the world has ever seen.

But in a recent interview with Chris Jericho on his podcast, Ospreay said that while he talked to WWE, it was night and day compared to AEW and specifically mentioned the lighter schedule.

“The scheduling, everything about AEW was completely the right option for me. It was always, you can go be a superstar in WWE and famous, but it’s not as good of pay and it’s not as kind of a schedule,” he said.

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