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Will Ospreay turns on Kazuchika Okada at NJPW G1 Climax 30

An angle ran on tonight’s NJPW G1 Climax 30 card that saw Will Ospreay turn on fellow CHAOS stablemate Kazuchika Okada, aligning himself with the returning Tomoyuki Oka.

Towards the finish of the match between Ospreay and Okada, Okada had Ospreay in his money clip submission. It was then that Bea Priestley, Ospreay’s girlfriend, jumped on the apron and distracted the referee. This allowed Oka to run in and lay out Okada with a claw slam. Ospreay followed with the stormbreaker for the win.

After the match, Ospreay seemed confused by what had just transpired. After talking to Priestley, Ospreay returned to the ring and laid out Okada with the hidden blade, turning on him. He threw a number of expletives at Okada and said that Okada had held him back. He, Priestley, and Oka then left together as Okada was being tended to.

Oka had been on excursion since 2018 in the United Kingdom, working for Rev Pro under the name Great-O-Khan.