AJ Styles is one of the most versatile wrestlers of all time. Not only in WWE, The Phenomenal One has conquered this industry working in several promotions around the globe. Styles was the poster boy for Impact Wrestling and has played some significant role for New Japan Pro-Wrestling too. After creating a massive place for himself in the Independent Circuits, AJ decided to step up his game and switch over to the biggest Pro-Wrestling company in the world and 2016 Royal Rumble was the place where AJ Styles made his rumoured WWE debut entering Number 2 and shocking the entire arena.
Although, Styles didn’t won that match but until he was present in the ring, the atmosphere inside the building was truly electrifying and everyone was chanting his name. After getting drafted to Smackdown in 2016, AJ didn’t wasted any time and quickly rose to the top of food chain after defeating Dean Ambrose (now Jon Moxley) at Backlash using low-blow to his advantage. Over the next few months he reigned supreme and coined a catchphrase for himself which said – “Smackdown is the house that AJ Styles built” and “The Face that runs the place”. He found himself in an ultimate dream match at Wrestlemania 34 against The King of Strong Style Wrestling Shinsuke Nakamura.
Although, the match was little underwhelming, the WWE Universe got some glimpses of these former NJPW soulmates in a WWE ring too. AJ is currently performing on Monday Night Raw as a babyface however moving directionless ever since his feud with Edge got culminated. Styles will meet Bobby Lashley in a first time ever match next week on Raw for the coveted United States Championship.
AJ Styles recently said that his WWE music was not meant for him
I’m sure everyone must have vibes along AJ’s entrance music which feels so flowing and catchy at times. The concept was developed by “CFOs” but it wasn’t always meant for The Phenomenal One to pick this up. During a recent interview with Inside the Ropes, AJ Styles said that his WWE music was initially meant for James Storm and when he explained the kind of entrance theme he would like for himself, WWE presented that in front of him.
“It wasn’t made for me. It was made for [James Storm]. And then I kind of explained what I’d like to [hear for my theme song], and it was that song that they presented.”