Will Ospreay describes some progress in brief injury update

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Will Ospreay has noted greater range of motion as he continues to rehab a shoulder injury.

However, the 29-year-old also stated that he was still “struggling” to regain strength.

Ospreay sustained the injury to his right shoulder during a second-round match in the New Japan Cup against Mark Davis on March 13th.

Writing on Twitter, during Saturday’s NJPW Sakura Genesis show, Ospreay stated:

Just an update for you all. I have more range of motion in my shoulder but still struggling with strength. I think I’ll be ok but I’m just going through my physio with this as I don’t wanna come back too early and [have] this thing rip off. Much love, miss you all.

The update came after the Englishman referred to AEW’s announcement that it will be running Wembley Stadium for All In on August 27th.

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