AJ Styles Announces "I'm ready to retire from WWE"

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AJ Styles Announces "I'm ready to retire from WWE"

Former WWE Champion AJ Styles was a member of the federation for only four years, but nevertheless left an important footprint within it and certainly had a fantastic career. The former TNA icon is also adored by the WWE Universe, but at the same time the wrestler has repeatedly stated that his current contract with Vince McMahon's federation will be his last.

The Phenomenal One signed a new deal with WWE last year and in a recent appearance via his Twitch account revealed the real reason he wants to retire from WWE and leave the wrestling world for good. The well-known wrestler has communicated the reason for the withdrawal, a reason that appears clear and more than legitimate.

Here are his words in particular: "I want to retire. I really want this, more than anything else. I will leave, and already last Friday I had a small appetizer of what will happen in the future. After some time, due to the regulations related to the health emergency, I was able to see my children's training and for me it was a great thing.

I usually perform on Friday and this joy is so deprived of me, this time it didn't happen. Luckily my son will play on Saturday next week and I will have the chance to see him." AJ Styles has been with WWE since 2016, he joined the company after his NJPW stint.

Some time ago there were speculations about his possible arrival in AEW, rumors never denied, but which in reality were useful to the wrestler to get a last and good renewal of the contract with the WWE. The former Intercontinental champion recently lost the title to Jeff Hardy, but has already asked for a rematch, a match that could occur at Clash of Champions, perhaps in a Triple Threat Match valid for the title.

Meanwhile Styles suggested who Triple H's last opponent might be

Meanwhile Styles suggested who Triple H's last opponent might be: "I'll say it straight and I'll do it directly, I think I should be the last opponent in his last match.

I would love to do that. I want to let him know that I would happily do it with him. He and I were in the same ring together but we were on the same team. That was when we were in Japan. Basically it was the OC and Triple H; it was fun."

Without going around it too much, therefore, the Phenomenal One challenged / advised Triple H to have a match against him as a last physical effort in a ring, with the latest contest fought by the King of Kings that could arrive in a year, as between ten, as in twenty, who knows.

The only certain thing is that the name of AJ Styles would be the choice of many WWE wrestlers as the last opponent in the McMahon rings, both for his skill and for his great professionalism and experience within the pro-wrestling square. .