Styles has been without a returning program on WWE TV for the last couple of months, feuding with Miz and Theory.
Styles hasn’t wrestled on a premium live event in about six months and he hasn’t won a match for a year now.
In The latest Interview According to the sources
“AJ’s so good that they kept him even though he was older. Because he still works at an incredible level. Head and shoulders above, I would say, 95% of wrestlers in the world. He’s so good, and he still works. The thing about AJ Styles is, he still works like it’s real. He still works like everything he’s getting hit with or hitting somebody with is real. And that got lost on a lot of people a long time ago.”
Even at the age of 36, AJ Styles deceptively still has plenty of years to go on in wrestling. Styles –
who holds a 20-1 record against opponents his own age or younger – is impressing onlookers with his highly effective in-ring ability and skills.
AJ Styles wrestled two matches on this week’s WWE RAW
Proving that he’s as athletic as ever, AJ Styles wrestled two in-ring clinics on this week’s Monday Night RAW.
Two triple-threat matches were announced for the night, with the winners of those matches fighting in the main event to determine who is in line to challenge Bobby Lashley for his United States Championship.