AJ Styles Speaks Out On Potential Return To TNA Through New Partnership With WWE

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Many long-time TNA fans are hoping that AJ Styles could return to the company through the new working relationship they now have with WWE, and it seems “The Phenomenal” one is also rooting for that opportunity.

AJ Styles has built an iconic career that is sure to land him a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame. However, while wrestling fans fondly remember his run in the company, and in NJPW as a part of the Bullet Club, it is his legendary time in TNA that helped to build his reputation around the industry.

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For over a decade, Styles was the heart of TNA and in many ways was similar to Sting in his importance to WCW. A consistent main eventer who won every title in the promotion after being developed by the company. While he is very much a WWE guy now, he will always be linked to TNA Wrestling.

WWE seems to be developing a partnership with the rival promotion and recently had a major crossover moment when Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace challenged Roxanne Perez for the NXT Women’s Title this past week at NXT Battleground. There have been rumors of more crossover to come, and AJ Styles desires to be a part of that and get the chance to return to his old stomping grounds.

AJ Styles hopes to return to TNA through new partnership with WWE

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“Well, I would say that, hopefully, something like that happens,” AJ Styles told Cultaholic Wrestling on Friday about a potential return to TNA. “It’s good not only for talent in WWE to go to TNA and TNA go to the WWE, but it’s better for the younger talent to get into the ring with some people who have different styles.

“It’s very important that we are well-rounded, and you can’t do that all in NXT. So the fact that we’re going to be able to do that somewhere else is great.”

Styles will return to action on Saturday in Glasgow, Scotland when he faces WWE Undisputed Champion Cody Rhodes in an I Quit Match at Clash at the Castle 2024.

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