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The Phenomenal One
Image and video hosting by TinyPic Ring Name: AJ Styles
Date of Birth: June 2, 1977
From: Gainesville, Georgia
Place of Birth: Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Pro Wrestling Debut: 1998
Allen Neal Jones better known by his ring name A.J. Styles, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE. He is best known for his 12-year tenure working for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling along with his work in Ring of Honor between 2002 and 2016, and in New Japan Pro Wrestling from 2014 to 2016 as a member and the third leader of Bullet Club. AJ made his professional wrestling debut in 1998. While in TNA, Styles held numerous championships he held seven world championships & 23 championships, overall. Concurrent with his NJPW and ROH work, Styles also performed on the independent circuit, where he held numerous additional championships as well, for a total amount of 51 championships. AJ signed a multi-year contract with WWE in January 2016 & made his debut at the Royal Rumble match. Nicknamed "The Phenomenal One" AJ Styles is nothing short, but phenomenal his accomplishments and athletic skills speaks for itself, and it can't help but draw your attention. Be sure to watch AJ takeover the WWE by storm.

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September 2nd: WWE Live: Moline, IL
September 3rd: WWE Live: Cedar Falls, IA
September 4th: WWE Live: Rochester, MN
September 5th: Smackdown: Sioux Falls, SD
September 12th: Smackdown: Las Vegas, NV
September 13th: WWE Live: Honolulu, HI
September 16th: WWE Live: Osaka, Japan
September 17th: WWE Live: Shenzhen, 44
September 19th: Smackdown: Oakland, CA
September 23rd: WWE Live: Rio Rancho, NM
September 24th: WWE Live: Las Cruces, NM
September 25th: WWE Live: El Paso, TX
September 26th: Smackdown: Glendale, AZ
September 30th: WWE Live: Boise, ID
October 1st:   WWE Live: Spokane, WA
October 2nd: WWE Live: Pueblo, CO
October 3rd: Smackdown: Denver, CO
October 7th: WWE Live: Canton, OH
October 8th: Hell In A Cell: Detroit, MI
October 9th: WWE Live East Lansing, MI
October 10th: Smackdown: Grand Rapids, MI
October 16th: WWE Live: Abbotsford, BC
October 17th:  Smackdown: Seattle, WA
October 19th:  WWE Live: Buenos Aires, Argentina, B
October 20th: WWE Live: Buenos Aires, Argentina, B
October 21st: WWE Live: Santiago, RM
October 22nd: WWE Live: Santiago, RM
October 24th: Smackdown: Milwaukee, WI
October 30th: WWE Live: Raleigh, NC
October 31st: Smackdown: Norfolk
November 2nd: WWE Live: Dublin, Ireland
November 3rd: WWE Live: Aberdeen, Scotland
November 4th: WWE Live: Barcelona, Spain, B
November 5th: WWE Live: Madrid, Spain, M
November 6th: WWE Live: Lisbon
November 7th: Smackdown: Manchester, England
November 8th: WWE Live: Leeds, England
November 9th: WWE Live: Nottingham, England
November 10th: WWE Live: Milan, Italy, MI
November 11th: WWE Live: Padova, Italy, PD
November 12th: WWE Live: Florence, Italy, FI
November 19th: Survivor Series: Houston, TX
November 21st: Smackdown: Houston, TX
November 30th: WWE Live: Santiago de Surco, LIM
December 1st: WWE Live: Mexico City, Mexico, DIF
December 2nd: WWE Live: Merida, YUC
December 3rd: WWE Live: Monterrey, Mexico
Januray 28th: Royal Rumble: Philadelphia, PA
January 30th: Smackdown: Philadelphia, PA
April 8th: Wrestlemania 35: New Orleans, LA
April 10th: Smackdown: New Orleans, LA

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The Phenomenal One vs The Beast! After a surprise victory over Jinder Mahal in Manchester, A.J. Styles has had one thing on his mind… beating Brock Lesnar. Styles has never faced Lesnar before, so this will be a new challenge for the champion. Styles makes no excuses about size or stature, he is looking for a fight and will get one.

At match start, Styles hasn’t been able to get offense. Lesnar set off many suplexes. Styles then comes back with several punches and a DDT. Lesnar is down. Styles sets off an ensiguri. Both men are down. Styles comes back with a Pele kick. Styles tried a Phenomenal Forearm, but got another suplex. Lesnar goes for a punch and Styles heaves him over the rope on the floor. Styles hits a Phenomenal Forearm to Lesnar over the rope. Styles hits another Phenomenal Forearm off of the steps. Back in the ring, both men send punches. Styles moonsaults right on Lesnar. OnE Springboard 450 Splash and a cover. TWO!!! Lesnar gets a Calf Crusher. He sends Styles head to the mat to break the hold. A.J. hits another Phenomenal Forearm!!! TWO!!! Styles takes off the elbow pad to get another Phenomenal Forearm. Lesnar catches him with an F8. For more on this Phenomenal match, check out what WWE.com has to say.

AJ Styles’ return to the WWE Championship was a Cinderella story in and of itself. But thanks to Brock Lesnar, the clock struck midnight at Survivor Series.

The Phenomenal One’s upending of Jinder Mahal as WWE Champion didn’t only book him a date with The Beast Incarnate, it threw Lesnar on a collision course against an opponent whose tangible skills (speed, stamina) seemed tailormade to exploit The Conqueror’s supposed deficiency: A will that, if you ask Daniel Bryan, is easier to break than Paul Heyman generally acknowledges.

Lesnar seemed to take that assessment of his skills personally, opening the match with an extended display of savagery that included palming Styles’ head as he threw him across the ring, a German suplex that nearly sent The Phenomenal One through the arena roof and a running knee to a corner-bound Styles.

What got AJ back in the game was his “elusive and abusive” speed, as a cocky Lesnar went for another knee and missed, slamming the cartilage into the turnbuckle and opening the door for The Phenomenal One to go to work. Targeting Brock’s knees, Styles left The Beast on shaky ground and began to pick him apart with quick strikes designed to place doubt into the mind of The Conqueror. A brief fight outside the ring left Brock crawling for purchase after Styles administered a series of flying forearms, and a springboard 450 landed a long two-count on the Universal Champion.

Perhaps the biggest boost to Styles’ confidence was that he managed to evade the F-5 at every turn, most significantly when he reversed it into a Calf Crusher that very nearly accomplished the impossible and submitted The Beast. That was until Brock snaked his massive arm around Styles’ throat and slammed him repeatedly into the mat to break the hold. Yet the move did its job, as Lesnar again tried to hoist Styles up on wobbly knees for his signature move and The Phenomenal One slipped off his shoulders for a Phenomenal Forearm.

Unfortunately, what would have been a surefire finishing strike landed Styles exactly where Lesnar wanted him, as a second attempt at the Phenomenal Forearm delivered the WWE Champion directly atop Lesnar’s shoulders, where the ensuing F-5 spelled the end of the match.

The result, of course, is bound to leave a bitter taste in Styles’ mouth and a sweet one in Mahal’s as he awaits his rematch. But if the state Lesnar was in following his victory — clutching his knee in pain, limping slowly into the locker room and regarding his fallen opponent with new eyes — was any indication, it’s fair to say this match played out more like a “Rocky” movie than Paul Heyman thought it would.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: November 20th

A Phenomenal New Reign! After a Phenomenal Victory over Jinder Mahal In Manchester, A.J. Styles has had one thing on his mind… Brock Lesnar. This will be the first time A.J. Styles will face Brock Lesnar. Before the two clash at Survivor Series, Styles had to answer Brock Lesnar’s warning. Daniel Bryan helped A.J. by being his advocate for one night. Just as Styles was on a high, he met up with Jinder Mahal backstage. Mahal tells him what Lesnar does to him won’t compare to what he will do to him after Survivor Series. WWE.com has the full rundown on the go home show on the road to Survivor Series check it out below.

After being attacked by Kane three weeks ago on Monday Night Raw, General Manager Daniel Bryan returned to SmackDown LIVE with vigor.

The four-time World Champion insisted that Raw’s recent actions were driven by their fear of SmackDown and their embarrassment over #UnderSiege, and that’s why they added Triple H to Team Red at Survivor Series. He assured the WWE Universe that his brand always comes back twice as strong and that they were ready for any counter attack Raw may bring on the final SmackDown LIVE before Survivor Series. Above all, Bryan promised that Team Blue would reign supreme at WWE’s fall classic and prove to be the superior show.

Bryan then welcomed newly crowned WWE Champion AJ Styles to the ring and opted to act as The Phenomenal One’s “advocate” (aka Paul Heyman) – making the argument that Universal Champion Brock Lesnar always quits when things get tough and, when The Beast is beaten by Styles in every way possible, he will quit again at Survivor Series and AJ Styles would reign supreme.

Styles then acknowledged that he is the underdog, but that he will find a way to triumph over Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and prove, without a doubt, that “The House that AJ Styles Built” was truly the A-show.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: November 14th

Phenomenal Victory! A.J. Styles has been a thorn in Jinder Mahal’s side for weeks. On this very special night where SmackDown was taped in Manchester, is A.J. Styles ready for his title bout? Styles came out to a huge pop from the WWE Universe in Manchester. The match was hard hitting from the start. In the end A.J. Styles “Phenomenal Forearm” sealed the deal. Styles was crowned two time WWE Champion. For more on the Phenomenal Victory, check out what WWE.com had to say.

With both the WWE Championship and the opportunity to clash with Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series on the line, WWE Champion Jinder Mahal and AJ Styles dazzled the rabid WWE Universe in Manchester by slugging it out for the title in one of the biggest main events in SmackDown LIVE history.

With a chance to become WWE Champion for the second time, The Phenomenal One was amped up, but Mahal was at the top of his game, occasionally manhandling Styles and viciously throwing AJ into the announcer’s table. Methodical in his approach, The Modern Day Maharaja attempted to wear down Styles, but the challenger phenomenally fired back with a stinging barrage of strikes and high-impact maneuvers. Styles’ offense would often come in spurts though, as Mahal was able to use his size and strength advantages time and again to regain control.

In the contest’s final moments, Styles’ appeared to be closing in on the title when he connected with a breathtaking springboard 450 splash onto the WWE Champion, but the sneaky Singh Brothers pulled Mahal out of the ring, and thus out of danger from being defeated. This prompted The Phenomenal One to pummel The Singhs on the outside, taking them out of the equation. However, it seemed the distraction would cost Styles, as it allowed The Modern Day Maharaja to counter a Phenomenal Forearm attempt into Khallas, yet AJ narrowly got his foot on the bottom rope to break up the count.

Mahal then horrifyingly attempted a Khallas from the top rope, hoping to end the battle once and for all. The ever-resilient Styles countered by stunning The Modern Day Maharaja and dropping him neck-first on the top rope, giving himself the opening to soar into the skies and connect with The Phenomenal Forearm for the incredible championship victory. A furious Mahal took out his post-match aggression by bashing The Singh Brothers while Styles celebrated with the WWE Universe.

Styles’ win meant several things: The Phenomenal One was now a two-time WWE Champion, Mahal’s much-discussed reign was over, the WWE Championship had changed hands outside of North America for the first time ever and the Champion vs. Champion showdown was now AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series. Wow, wow, wow.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: November 8th

A.J. Styles takes a tour and shows us the inside scoop on the new X Box One X and the Forza Motorsport 7. See how his visit went by checking out the video.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: November 2nd

A Phenomenal Effort! For weeks, A.J. Styles has been a very busy man. With matches on both Raw and SmackDown Live, Styles has shown us that he can handle anything that is thrown his way. Jinder Mahal included. A.J. Styles told Mahal to his face that he never beat him. Mahal puts the Singh brothers in Styles path. On both occasions, they were squashed in minutes. After the match tonight, Jinder Mahal tried to take things into his own hands by attacking Styles. Mahal got the best of Styles tonight, but A.J. will definitely have a phenomenal comeback. Here is more on what happened from WWE.com had to say.

After AJ Styles defeated Sunil Singh last week on SmackDown LIVE, WWE Champion Jinder Mahal’s other “advocate” Samir Singh was now the one eager to defend his leader’s honor by taking on The Phenomenal One here on Team Blue. First, however, Mahal took center stage to yet again address his opponent at Survivor Series, Raw’s Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar.

The Modern Day Maharaja insisted he was not afraid of The Beast and planned on beating, victimizing and conquering Lesnar on the one night a year when Raw and SmackDown Superstars compete. However, before Mahal got too deep into speaking to his people in Punjabi, he was interrupted by Styles, who was clearly ready to compete.

The Phenomenal One made quick work of Samir, nearly driving him through the canvas with a devastating Styles Clash to pick up the win in near-record time.

Mahal would get the last, though, relentlessly beating down Styles after his big win, punctuating the assault by twice dropping his nemesis with the Khallas and making a statement to both The Phenomenal One and Brock Lesnar.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: November 1st


A Stylish Squash! As of late, A.J. Styles has been putting in the work. From South America to Central America. Styles has shown the WWE Universe that he loves what he does. When he’s beat, he makes no excuses. He accepts it for what it is. A few weeks ago on SmackDown Live, A.J. interrupted Jinder Mahal and told him that he shouldn’t forget that he never beat him. To prove that Styles can be beat, Jinder constructed a plan to take out Styles. Before any of that can happen, SmackDown Live would go on to send the first message to Raw on the road to Survivor Series. A.J. Styles and a few of the superstars from SmackDown Live took Raw under siege. They laid waste to all superstars they came in contact with. Now that his duties were finished with Raw, Styles set his eyes on sending Jinder Mahal a message by taking out Sunill Singh in a squash match with the Calf Crusher. WWE.com has highlights on what happened check it out below.

After WWE Champion Jinder Mahal delivered an impassioned speech about how he would defeat Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series, it was time for his confidant, Sunil Singh, to stick true to his promise from last week and square off against AJ Styles.

Worried about his protégé’s chances, The Modern Day Maharaja attempted to get involved prior to the match starting, but he was immediately caught in the act by the referee, who tossed the WWE Champion from ringside. From there, it was easy pickings for The Phenomenal One, who took Samir Singh out of the equation when he hopped up on the ring apron to interfere before locking Sunil in the Calf Crusher for a seamless tapout victory.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 25th

Raw Becomes Phenomenal! After going to war with The Demon Finn Balor at TLC, A.J. Styles has come to Raw for One Night Only. Kurt Angle announces a match of The Raw Tag Team Champs Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose along with A.J. Styles vs The Miz and Sheamus & Cesaro.. The match was nothing short of incredible especially after what the superstars went through at TLC.
At match start all competitors went after each other. With rapid fire punches, backbreakers and clothes lines, one would wonder who would reign supreme. The match saw A.J. Styles enter the ring like the phenomenal one he is. Giving off a huge Pele Kick, he seemed to take down his opponents. While Dean & Seth cleared the ring, Styles hit Cesaro with a Phenomenal Forearm to seal the win for his team.
While celebrating their win, Kane makes an appearance and throws Styles out of the ring.  At the end of Raw, we saw Shane McMahon order his SmackDown team to take Raw under siege. Superstars including AJ Styles hunted down and attacked any Raw superstar in their path. For more on A.J.’s match and SmackDown’s TakeOver, check out what WWE.com said about what transpired tonight below.

Kurt Angle’s in-ring return last night was almost too good to be true. But all good things must end, and so The Olympic Hero got right back to business as Raw General Manager less than 24 hours after suiting up with The Shield by sanctioning a series of Champion vs. Champion Matches for WWE Survivor Series.

And they were quite a slate of contests indeed: Alexa Bliss vs. Natalya in a battle of Women’s Champions, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins vs. The Usos in the Tag Team Champion crossover that Twitter foretold, and a bout pitting United States Champion Baron Corbin against Intercontinental Champion The Miz. He also announced there would be a pair of traditional Survivor Series Elimination Matches — one between the male Superstars of the two shows and one between the women.

Speaking of The Miz, The A-Lister quickly inserted himself into the proceedings with Curtis Axel, Cesaro & Sheamus in tow, demanding Angle’s resignation for once again maneuvering the spotlight away from the Intercontinental Champion. Ambrose & Rollins arrived to shore up the odds, but Angle opted not to don the black once again for the ensuing Six-Man Tag Team Match, instead subbing in a surprise SmackDown LIVE Superstar who’d stuck around for an extra night: AJ Styles.

AJ Styles showed up to WWE TLC on about five minutes of sleep and still gave “The Demon” Finn Bálor the fight of his life. So, you can imagine how the former WWE Champion competed after a full night’s rest when he teamed with The Shield against the formidable combo of The Miz & The Bar in Raw’s opening contest.

For one, Styles’ presence was a galvanizing force for his two teammates, who had been through a hellish TLC Match not 24 hours earlier, to say nothing of a Raw audience that was pumped to see the former WWE Champion again. And he proved to be a life-saver as well, tagging into the match in the waning minutes when Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins needed him most. A Phenomenal Forearm to Cesaro earned the victory after The Shield dispatched Miz and Sheamus with stereo suicide dives, but the arrival of Kane and subsequent five-on-three beatdown ended Styles’ night on a note that was far from phenomenal.

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle intended to use Raw’s main event to announce the brand’s male competitors for the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match. Unfortunately, an offhanded remark earlier in the evening to visiting SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon about the blue brand’s comparatively thin ranks came back to haunt The Olympic Hero when The Prodigal Son marched his roster through the audience to surround Angle in the ring and place Raw “under siege.”

With The New Day leading the charge, SmackDown picked the Raw Superstars apart one by one across the entire backstage area. Chad Gable made a beeline for Jason Jordan, the Women’s roster handily overpowered Sasha Banks & Co., and Baron Corbin even took out a hapless backstage worker. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins put up the toughest fight by attacking from the shadows, but Team Blue overpowered The Hounds of Justice before leading Angle back to the top of the ramp.

Rusev and Corbin marched the Raw General Manager to the ring for a final face-to-face confrontation with Shane, who commanded Angle to bring his gold medal and what was left of his roster to Survivor Series, where SmackDown would finish what they started. And given the display that had just unfolded, Shane didn’t even have to steal Angle’s catchphrase (though he did anyway) for The Olympic Hero to realize that his promise may very well come true.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 24th

We felt that we should be the ones to write up tonight’s Phenomenal coverage since it was a special night for AJ, however at the ending of our coverage we’ll still post WWE.com’s recap of the match for you all to read up on as well.

One Night Only! With the huge shake up over the past few days, only one name came up when the best was needed. That one name was THE PHENOMENAL AJ Styles. One small problem, AJ was on an Intercontinental Tour with the Smackdown brand. After his match in Santiago, Chile, Styles journeyed the 15 hour flight to get to Minneapolis. This is the match of the year for so many in the WWE Universe. For the first time ever AJ Styles vs The Demon Finn Balor.

At match start, Styles and Balor lock up with each other.  They ended up on the ropes. Balor backs up as both competitors stare at each other. They lock up again as Finn puts AJ in a chock hold. Styles tries to roll out of it but Balor still has it locked in. The crowd is shouting their support for AJ Styles. AJ bounces Finn off the ropes, Balor comes back with a shoulder push. AJ doesn’t budge. Again both men are at a standstill wondering what will they have to do to get the upper hand. Finn and AJ lock hands, then Balor locks AJ around the waist. AJ gets out of that and takes down Balor. Finn Balor comes back with leg scissors, which Styles immediately gets out of. Balor with a nice sideways head takedown, but Styles gets out of it.  AJ yells out come on as both men once again stare each other down. Balor comes back with a series of moves, ending with a knee to the side of the head. Finn comes with more, but AJ leap frog’s into a drop kick. Finn is down and AJ tries to take advantage, but Finn comes back with a kick to the face. Finn decides on a surfboard submission and Styles is all wrapped up. Finn is in charge, trying to take out Styles legs. Rope break. Styles comes back with a few chops to the chest. Balor retaliates with a kick to the face. Styles rolls out of the ring, Balor tries to fly but AJ caught him. SUPLEX to Balor. KNEE TO THE FACE. TWO COUNT. The crowd is mixed chanting for AJ Styles and Finn Balor. PHENOMENAL FOREARM. This gets a two count. AJ is on the roll. Styles lands a backbreaker. Styles and Balor trade rights and lefts. STYLES TAKES DOWN BALOR! Balor gets a shoulder up at two. Balor comes back with a series of punches. AJ lands a kick to the midsection of Balor and is back on top. Finn comes back with rapid hits to Styles. FINN LANDS A WICKED KICK KNOCKING STYLES OFF THE TOP OF THE TURNBUCKLE. He is not done yet, Balor launches himself on Styles outside of the ring. CROWD CHANTS THIS IS AWESOME! Finn hits a Swing Blade on Styles. Finn is back on a roll. Is the end near? Styles lands a Ushi Guroshi. Both men up, AJ Styles looks for The Styles Clash. Balor counters. FACE FIRST INTO THE MAT GOES FINN. AJ Styles gets a two count. Balor stomps on AJ’s face. AJ is hurt. The Demon looks to close in on Styles. AJ comes back with the Calf Crusher. Balor tries to roll but Styles rolls him back in the middle of the ring. Finn bangs AJ’s head in the mat to break the hold. AJ slings a forearm. He sees an opening for The Phenomenal Forearm. Perched on the rope, Balor throws Styles to the floor. Balor sends a vicious kick to Styles. DROPKICK INTO THE BARRICADE! AJ Styles is in trouble. Finn tries picking up Styles, but Styles counters and both go over the German announce table. Was this smart on Balor’s part? Both men are out as the referee starts the count. Nearing the end of the count, both men scramble into the ring. AJ swings and misses. Both thing clothesline and crash into each other. TWICE! Both men are down. WHAT A MATCH! Staggering to their feet, they exchange blows. This match proves that both are incredible performers. Styles goes into rapid fire mode, but it wasn’t enough for Finn to not land the overhead kick. Both men are down. Finn is up first. Both men counter moves. Balor gets one up on Styles. FINN LANDS THE 1916! ONE. TWO. KICKOUT BY AJ! Finn dropkicks AJ. Balor goes to the top. PELE KICK BY AJ! The Demon is out on the top rope. HURRICANERANA BY STYLES! Balor kicks out! Styles misses the 450 Splash! CU DE GRA SEALS THE DEAL FOR BALOR!

This was indeed THE MATCH OF THE AGES!

Your winner The Demon Finn Balor!

After the match, Finn helps AJ to his feet and both show respect to each other through the TOOSWEET hand gesture.

WWE.Com Coverage

The dream match between AJ Styles and Finn Bálor was surrounded in as unusual circumstances as can be expected. But the unexpected became the unbelievable in a first-time-ever, one-night-only exhibition that had the WWE Universe screaming “This is awesome!” at full throat before the bell even rang. Given the storied and occasionally shared history of the two Superstars, it’s difficult to blame WWE fans for their unabashed excitement.

The Demon has one of the more spotless records in WWE — Bálor’s alter-ego has only been defeated one time, and never on WWE TV. But Styles, who traveled 18 hours from SmackDown LIVE’s tour of South America to cross brand battle lines and compete at WWE TLC, clearly had no intention of being another foregone casualty of the first-ever Universal Champion. The Phenomenal One wasn’t just unfazed by Bálor’s otherworldly presence, he gave The Demon more of a fight than, perhaps, he was expecting.

But The Demon, too, had an answer for almost everything Styles threw at him. The entire match wasn’t so much a cavalcade of big moves and near-falls as it was a chess match, with each Superstar slowly whittling away at the other’s defenses. The war of attrition eventually broke out into a brawl on the outside so intense that The Demon got in the referee’s face to stop the count. (Who’s going to argue with that?)

Styles repaid Bálor’s hesitation by double-legging him over the table, but The Demon was almost at full-pitch at this point, and there was little The Phenomenal One could do to stop him. He did slow him down with a Pele Kick off the top rope and a top-rope hurricanrana, but a missed 450 Splash opened the door for Bálor to rocket Styles across the ring with a running dropkick and close the door with an incredible Coup de Grâce.

Even at this level, game recognizes game, and The Demon helped Styles to his feet in a rare show of humanity and shared a “Too Sweet” in the middle of the ring. It was a fitting conclusion to a match between two Superstars who were both slightly more than man, and WWE TLC was all the more extraordinary for it.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 23rd

A Stylish Statement. After a huge triple threat match at Hell In A Cell, AJ Styles had one message for Jinder Mahal. Styles wanted to make sure Mahal didn’t forget that he didn’t pin him. Mahal persisted that AJ Styles was not worthy enough to face him for the title. AJ Styles had heard enough, he sent the champion retreating after Pele kicking him. WWE.com has the latest on the encounter between The Phenomenal One and Champion read all about it below.

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal promised a major announcement for Survivor Series and, boy, did he ever deliver.

Flanked by The Singh Brothers and fresh off a trip to his native India, The Modern Day Maharaja declared that he had defeated everyone worth defeating on SmackDown LIVE and had a new conquest in mind: Raw’s Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar. The challenge sent shockwaves throughout the WWE Universe, with them all thinking about what it would be like if Raw and SmackDown LIVE’s top champions were to clash in an epic brand vs. brand showdown.

However, in the wake of the announcement, AJ Styles hit the scene with a different, ringing statement: Mahal had never beaten him. The two traded verbal barbs, which resulted in Mahal insulting The Phenomenal One and Styles dropping Mahal with a barrage of strikes and a pinpoint Pele Kick.

Furious with AJ’s treatment of him, Jinder stormed into Bryan’s office and volunteered Sunil Singh to challenge Styles to a match the following week on Team Blue, which Sunil tentatively accepted and Bryan immediately approved.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: October 17th