AJ Styles is one of the biggest WWE superstars. As he is looking at his future in the company with Royal Rumble coming around, he also keeps track of his contemporaries. With AEW, IMPACT Wrestling and other indies staying ahead of the curve with constant collaboration, WWE might be catching up to the trend.

Styles was in a conversation with Wrestling Inc. As Mickie James is going to be part of the women’s Royal Rumble, Styles talked about the forbidden door.

I think it’s great, I really do. I think it’s exciting to see Mickie come back and who knows, is she going to wear her championship, I don’t know? But it’s cool that we are able to do that. If we can do more of that, that would be great, but I am afraid, and I could be wrong on this, that door may open one way, which is fine. This is a big step, if you think about it. I am looking forward to the women’s Royal Rumble because of it.

The former Bullet Club member also talked about how there’s this perception that he was the leader of the Bullet Club. In his time with NJPW, AJ Styles had dominated the pro-wrestling scene back in Japan.


Here we go again. I am going to say this, at no point was AJ Styles ever the leader of The Bullet Club. I never said it, no one ever said it about me that was in our group. Our motto was, ‘we don’t follow anybody.’ Alright, does that clear that up for everyone?

We’ll have to see what happens at the Royal Rumble. Whatever goes down we will have full coverage here at Ringside News!

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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