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Nick Wayne to make his AEW debut against Swerve Strickland, next week on AEW Dynamite

Nick Wayne to make his AEW debut against Swerve Strickland, next week on AEW Dynamite

Nick Wayne will make his AEW in-ring debut in opposition to Swerve Strickland on “Dynamite” subsequent week. Wayne, who will flip 18 on Monday, simply completed highschool. Regardless of being in class, Wayne has already had a profitable wrestling profession, having shared the ring with Strickland, Will Ospreay, Wheeler Yuta, Bandido, Konosuke Takeshita, El Hijo del Vikingo, and plenty of too many extra to call.

The bout for the July 12 “Dynamite” has been lengthy anticipated as a result of it’s the first AEW present after Wayne turns 18. Wayne was signed to AEW in early 2022 when he was solely 16 years previous. Darby Allin, in response to AEW CEO Tony Khan, introduced the younger sensation to his consideration. Notably, Allin was educated by Nick’s father, the late Buddy Wayne.

Wayne’s debut will affirm him as one more younger star in AEW, however he gained’t be the corporate’s solely exceptional younger wrestler. Tony Schiavone revealed in April that AEW had signed 18-year-old Billie Starkz. She has been displayed in opposition to Jade Cargill and Athena in a quarterfinal battle within the Owen Hart Basis Girls’s Event since signing.

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Nick Wayne spoke on his match with Will Ospreay

Will Ospreay confronted Nick Wayne within the ring earlier this yr at GCW’s “I By no means Preferred You.” On the All Actual Wrestling Podcast, Wayne mentioned the match and its aftermath with Eric Novak of Wrestling Republic.

“So I’d by no means spoken, or met, or seen Will Ospreay till that day. However I can say, and that is an absolute truth, me and Ospreay by no means rehearsed something that occurred. We by no means practiced nothing, we by no means did nothing,” he mentioned, “We meshed very nicely within the ring collectively. Nothing was actually […] rehearsed I might say or practiced. We by no means touched the ring earlier than the present.”

Wayne admitted to worrying in regards to the match forward of time. He talked about his classmates seeing his anxiousness backstage, including, “Folks would come as much as me and be like ‘dude why are you so nervous?’ and I used to be like ‘dude that is my dream match, wrestling Will Ospreay. That is loopy.” H/T – WrestlingInc.

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