AJ Styles is touted as one of the best pro wrestlers by both fans and wrestlers alike. Styles continues to work at a high level despite growing older and continues to amaze fans. AJ Styles was also quite upset when the Good Brothers were released from WWE last year after their names were allegedly placed on the list of releases at Paul Heyman’s suggestion. This even led to AJ Styles requesting to move To WWE Smackdown last year as he had issues with Paul Heyman.

AJ Styles eventually addressed the situation, stating that his issues with Paul Heyman were ‘water under the bridge.’ Now it seems Paul Heyman himself decided to talk about AJ Styles’ accusation.

While speaking to Inside the Ropes, Paul Heyman spoke out about AJ Styles accusing him of having a role to play in The Good Brothers’ WWE release. Heyman refused to “expose” what happened and would only openly talk about it if Vince McMahon gave him permission to do so.

“Whatever you think of sports entertainment, I’m not here to expose the wires, so whatever happened between Gallows and Anderson happened behind the scenes, behind closed doors in a meeting that I’m not going to expose to the public because it was an inner sanctum meeting with the chairman of the board, Vincent Kennedy McMahon. And unless Vince wants to talk about it publicly, I’m not going to be the one to expose what happened, why, and what the other conversations were in that meeting.”


Since their release, The Good Brothers have been having a great time at Impact Wrestling and AEW, while Paul Heyman is currently the special counsel to Roman Reigns on Friday Night Smackdown.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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