Ricochet reflects on how far both him & Will Ospreay have come in wrestling

It’s cool to see the trajectory, says Ricochet. 

Throughout their careers, there have been eight one-on-one matches between Will Ospreay and Ricochet. Over the years, the two have consistently spoken highly of one another in media appearances.

That trend continued as Ricochet was asked about Ospreay while being interviewed by Adrian Hernandez. He spoke about how far the both of them have come.

It’s awesome (to see how far Will Ospreay & I have come). I remember working with him years ago when he first started, like first started. To see where he’s at now, it’s cool to see the trajectory and again, just knowing from where I started to where I’m at now. This here (WaleMania) is crazy… We’re here, we’re on this side of it. It’s just crazy and again, I didn’t even start this career to get to this position. I just started wrestling because it was fun and it kept me off the streets and it was just something I like to do. So the fact that it’s just — he and I both are now where we’re at and in our own perspective areas, it’s so cool man. We’re blessed, very blessed.

Ricochet was in action on the 4/8 Monday Night Raw as a part of a Fatal 4-Way for a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. 

Coming up for Ospreay is a singles match against Bryan Danielson at the Dynasty pay-per-view but prior to that, he’ll be taking on Blackpool Combat Club member Claudio Castagnoli on the 4/17 Dynamite. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Adrian Hernandez with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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