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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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Note: Please be advised that AJ may or may not appear at all advertised events this is subject to change without notice sometimes. For More Information and Tickets, click here.

December 29th:   WWE Live: Hershey, PA
December 30th:   WWE Live: Tampa, Fl
January 2nd:        SmackDown Live: Orlando, Fl
January 6th:         WWE Live: Jackson, MS
January 7th:         WWE Live: Mobile, AL
January 8th:         WWE Live: Montgomery, AL
January 9th:         SmackDown Live: Birmingham, AL
January 13th:       WWE Live: Hildago, TX
January 14th:       WWE Live: Waco, TX
January 16th:       SmackDown Live: Laredo, TX
January 20th:       WWE Live: Florence, SC
January 21st:        WWE Live: Greenville, NC
January 23rd:       SmackDown Live: Washington, DC
January 27th:       WWE Live: Richmond, VA
January 28th:       Royal Rumble: Philadelphia, PA
January 30th:       Smackdown: Philadelphia, PA
February 3rd:       WWE Live: Texarkana, AR
February 4th:       WWE Live: Little Rock, AR
February 5th:       WWE Live: Springfield, MO
February 6th:       SmackDown Live: Kansas City,MO
February 10th:     WWE Live: Sacramento, CA
February 11th:      WWE Live: Oakland, CA
February 12th:     WWE Live: Stockton, CA
February 13th:     SmackDown Live: Bakersfield, CA
February 17th:     WWE Live: Lubbock,TX
February 18th:     WWE Live: Rio Rancho, NM
February 19th:     WWE Live: El Paso, TX
February 20th:     SmackDown Live: Phoenix, AZ
February 24th:     WWE Live: Denver, CO
February 25th:     WWE Live: Ontario, CA
February 27th:     SmackDown Live: Los Angeles, CA
March 3rd:            WWE Live: Moline, IL
March 6th:            SmackDown Live: Green Bay, WI
March 12th:          WWE Live: Dayton,OH
March 13th:          SmackDown Live: Inianapolis, IN
April 8th:               Wrestlemania 35: New Orleans, LA
April 10th:             Smackdown: New Orleans, LA

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A Clash Of Words! For the past few months, AJ Styles has been on the losing end of things. He’s been put in matches with Kami. (Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn) He has had the commissioner & SmackDown Live General manager trying to seesaw decisions about his matches. Styles was annoyed with the drama, and out of that annoyance said that he’d face Kami in a handicap match. Daniel Bryan officially made the match for the Royal Rumble.

Tonight Styles became tired of Kami. He interrupted them and said that he won’t just beat them, he’d hurt them. The matches for the night saw AJ fight both Owens & Zayn back to back. If either one interferes in each match, they’d be out of the match at the Royal Rumble.

Styles quickly ended Owens with a Calf Crusher. It was Zayn who quickly attacked Styles after the match and now AJ was right where he wanted him. During his match, Zayn went after AJ and stayed on him throughout the match. Zayn ended up gaining a win on Styles.

In his first of two matches against The “Yep!” Movement, AJ Styles squared off against Kevin Owens in a rekindling of one of 2017’s fiercest rivalries. Styles would not need to have eyes in the back of his head to keep an eye on Sami Zayn because SmackDown LIVE Commisioner Shane McMahon declared that if either “Yep!” Movement member interfered in the other’s match tonight, he would fire them on the spot. Because of this declaration from Shane-O-Mac, Styles fought freely against Owens, defeating him quickly with the excruciating Calf Crusher.

However, before The Phenomenal One could even begin to start thinking about his upcoming match with Zayn, Sami blindsided him with a relentless attack. With the match between Styles and Zayn already scheduled and Owens vs. Styles having concluded, this was not in violation of Shane’s pre-match decree.

With Sami Zayn having taken advantage of a loophole in Shane McMahon’s stipulation for the evening, he continued to pounce on AJ Styles as their match officially began. Zayn would not let up, but in a surprise to no one, neither would Styles, who fought back valiantly. During the match, Kevin Owens remained at ringside tending to what appeared to be an injured ankle.

Eventually, a stretcher was called for Owens, but that didn’t stop The Phenomenal One from trying to get his licks in on KO whenever he could while still fending off Zayn. With KO being loaded onto a stretcher, The Phenomenal One dashed out of the ring and flipped it over, laying Owens out. However, the distraction proved critical, as Zayn jumped on Styles when he re-entered the ring, hitting him with the thunderous Helluva Kick and the Blue Thunder Bomb for the win.

After the contest, an exhausted Styles tried to muster the strength to get up, as Zayn and Owens celebrated Sami’s major victory and the possibility of being the first-ever co-WWE Champions on Sunday.

Published By: CiCi
Date: January 24th

A Phenomenal Idea! Since AJ’s WWE Championship win, he has had a few targets to worry about. With Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon at odds, and the annoying twosome of Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn unveiling their YEP! Movement; Styles has had a string of unfortunate things happen. Mainly him losing non title matches between Owens & Zayn.

AJ knows he can beat them, and he knows he would have if it wasn’t for the commissioner & General Manager.

Styles is seen backstage with Renee Young. He says that he will now refer to Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn as Kami. He says the thought of either one becoming WWE Champion makes him want to vomit. Can AJ Styles gain any momentum before their clash in two weeks at Royal Rumble?

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Published By: CiCi
Date: January 16th

Phenomenal Odds! Last week on SmackDown Live, AJ Styles was once again on the long sing side against Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens. He was so angry that he inadvertently said that he should face both Zayn & Owens at once.
Daniel Bryan granted Styles wish at the Royal Rumble.

Styles opened SmackDown Live with a sit down interview with Renee Young. Young asks him about him putting his foot in his mouth. He avoids the question. He says no the match is not fair, but neither is life.

Shane McMahon eventually comes out and says no it’s not fair so tonight let’s have a handicap match tonight. It’ll be Styles, Nakamura and Orton vs Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn.

This main event just became Phenomenal! Styles was tagged in and set off rapid fire hits and kicks on Owens. During the match, it seemed as Owens & Zayn got the best on the trio. Then fate would have it that Orton, Nakamura and Styles would get the upper hand.

Zayn and Owens would run away, but Commissioner Shane McMahon would stop that as he made it a no count out match.

The trio of Orton, Nakamura and Styles meet up with Owens & Zayn. They were on a roll until Owens bought in a chair as an equalizer. Shane McMahon reappeared and made the match a No disqualification, no count out anything goes match. Styles then runs Owens away with a chair and disappears backstage as Nakamura & Orton take out Zayn with steel steps, a kinshasaa & An RKO for the win.

For more on this start and stop Match, check out what WWE.com has to say below.

WWE Champion AJ Styles kicked off SmackDown LIVE with an in-ring interview conducted by Renee Young. Styles vented about the position Team Blue General Manager Daniel Bryan put him in last week when he placed The Phenomenal One into a 2-on-1 Handicap Match against Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn with the WWE Title on the line at Royal Rumble. Styles stressed that he was trying to keep himself removed from the beef between Bryan and Shane McMahon, but he didn’t sound overwhelmingly thrilled with either.

Before he could continue to expand, however, he was interrupted by his Royal Rumble opponents. The “Yep!” Movement, in no uncertain terms, claimed that they would beat Styles down at Royal Rumble and go on their way to becoming co-WWE Champions. However, their dreams quickly came crashing back down to earth by the arriving Shane-O-Mac. The Commissioner revealed that they would be in yet another Handicap Match against Styles … just with Shinsuke Nakamura & Randy Orton as The Phenomenal One’s partners.

AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura & Randy Orton def. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

In the complete inverse of what WWE Champion AJ Styles will have to face at the Royal Rumble event, The Phenomenal One teamed up with Shinsuke Nakamaura & Randy Orton to take on the undermanned Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn in the main event of SmackDown LIVE.

The “Yep!” Movement did their best to keep it competitive in the early goings, but then finally chose to walk off and take the count-out loss. However, Shane McMahon refused to see the match conclude in such anti-climactic fashion and came out to announce that the bout would now be no count-out. Shane-O-Mac had to pop in again when KO & Sami tried to get themselves disqualified after Owens assaulted his opponents with a steel chair, leading Shane-O-Mac to declare that this was now also a No Disqualification Match.

Styles retaliated by pelting KO with a chair in an attack that led both men to the backstage area. From there, Sami was left to tangle with Orton and Nakamura all by his lonesome, and he soon became the recipient of a steel steps attack and was driven into the announcer’s table. That all led to the reeling Zayn eating both a Kinshasa and an RKO for a crushing, albeit controversial, loss.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: January 10th

A Phenomenal Miracle! Last week on SmackDown Live, AJ Styles went one on one with Kevin Owens, with Sami Zayn in his corner. As Styles pinned Owens for the win, Zayn interfered. When Zayn was barred from ringside by Shane McMahon, Owens gained a victory off of the distraction.

AJ had a costly defeat due to outside interference. This week on SmackDown Live, Styles gets retribution going head to head with Sami Zayn. This time, Kevin Owens, Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon will be at ringside. How will the Phenomenal One fair? Can he get a win on the first SmackDown Live Of The year?

AJ Styles vs Sami Zayn starts off fast paced as Styles goes right after Zayn. Zayn soon rolls on the outside of the ring and everyone ringside has a staredown.

This match goes back and forth until AJ looks to pick up the win. The referee rolls on the outside to prevent being run over. Feeling defeat for his friend looming, Owens blocks the referee from getting back in the ring. Shane McMahon steps in and kicks Owens from ringside. Daniel Bryan says if Owens goes, then McMahon has to go too. With all of the confusion going on, Styles gets blindsided by Zayn. He loses again this week.

After the match, the frustrated Styles says with all the distractions during the matches, he can’t have a entertaining match for the fans. He said since Owens & Zayn can’t get a win on their own, he should have a handicap match with them both.

WWE.com has all the highlights from this triangle of distractions and side taking.

ORLANDO — Following another controversial situation involving Commissioner Shane McMahon inadvertently costing WWE Champion AJ Styles his match against Kevin Owens last week on Team Blue, Shane-O-Mac made a point to apologize to Styles during the opening moments of SmackDown LIVE. With Team Blue General Manager Daniel Bryan also in the ring, Shane declared that he would be in The Phenomenal One’s corner for tonight’s match between Styles and Sami Zayn. With that out in the open, The “Yes!” Man responded by stating that he would not only allow Owens to be at ringside, but that he too would be at ringside tonight.

With Kevin Owens in Sami Zayn’s corner, Shane McMahon in AJ Styles’ corner and Daniel Bryan seemingly in a neutral corner, Zayn and Styles faced off in a thrilling main event.

With an odd aura surrounding the contest due to the three men lurking at ringside, Styles and Zayn engaged in combat. In the match’s pivotal moments, KO attempted to interject himself into the contest after the referee took a tumble. This caused Shane to get physical with Owens, then prompted the official to throw KO out from ringside. However, he was one-upped by Bryan, who then suggested that Shane-O-Mac should also be ejected. This distraction caused Styles to get caught with a pinpoint Helluva Kick from Zayn, which resulted in another controversial victory for The “Yep!” Movement.

After the contest, Styles was so worked up that he, in frustration, challenged both Owens and Zayn to a 2-on-1 Handicap Match. Surprisingly, Bryan then got on the microphone and declared that exact match would happen … at the Royal Rumble … for the WWE Title.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: January 3rd

A Stylin’ Victory! AJ Styles has defended his WWE Championship against all comers as of late. He had to deal with the Modern Day Maharaja and The Singh Brothers for weeks. Now that they are in his past, he has to deal with the Kevin Owens Sami Zayn duo.

During Styles vs Owens, Styles came out on fire. He even caught Owens in a Calf Crusher but Owens got to the ropes. No matter what Styles did, it seemed as Owens always fought through it. Sami Zayn decided to jump on the ring and distract the referee. When Shane came out to throw Zayn out, Styles rolled up Owens as the crowd counted to three. The referee and AJ got into a little argument about the rollup when Owens slid behind Styles to roll him up for the three count.

WWE.com has all the latest on what happened during the match.

It’s probably fitting for the last SmackDown LIVE match of 2017 to end in absolute chaos. WWE Champion AJ Styles and Kevin Owens (with Sami Zayn in his corner) threw down in this chaotic main event.

During the match, Styles went to dive onto Owens on the outside the ring, though KO got out of the way, and AJ instead connected with Zayn. With Styles gearing up for the Phenomenal Forearm moments later, Zayn got on the apron to try and prevent AJ’s attack. Styles swung and missed at Zayn, who hopped off the apron, which prompted SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon to hit the scene to get the official to eject Zayn from ringside.

As Shane-O-Mac, Sami and the official had words, Styles caught Owens in a small package that very well could have scored him the victory. However, since the referee was preoccupied with Zayn and Shane, AJ relinquished the small package to try and regain the official’s attention. The distraction left Styles vulnerable, and KO turned the tide by rolling Styles up for the win. After the contest, Owens and Zayn celebrated as The Phenomenal One shot a look to the Commissioner as he exited up the ramp, though Shane appeared to offer an apology to the WWE Champion.

The war is clearly ongoing, but the final battle of 2017 was awarded to Owens & Zayn.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: December 28th

UpUpDownDown gives you an exclusive inside look at Street Fighter V Arcade Edition. See how The Usos, AJ Styles and New Day faired for the very first time.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: December 20th

A Phenomenal Dream Team! With his amazing victory at Clash of Champions, AJ Styles has finally put Jinder Mahal behind him. Without knowing who his next opponent will be, Styles continues to put in the work and represent the brand as the phenomenal champion he is. Tonight on SmackDown, he teams with Shinsuke Nakamura and Randy Orton to take on Kevin Owens % Sami Zayn and Jinder Mahal (with The Singh Brothers).

Back from commercial break, the match gets underway. After Orton gets ahead, Zayn and Owens come in to stop it. Styles and Nakamura are on it and ready to end Zayn and Owens. Styles tags in from Nakamura and go to work on Sami Zayn. Styles takes down Zayn and tags out. Styles, Nakamura and Orton kept up with Mahal, Owens and Zayn, especially when the Singh brothers tried to interfere and got banned from ringside. For WWE.com’s side of the story check out what they had to say below!

In a star-studded main event, WWE Champion AJ Styles teamed with Randy Orton & Shinsuke Nakamura to take on Jinder Mahal, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn, with The Singh Brothers lurking at ringside in a thrilling rematch from Tribute to the Troops.

With wounds still cutting deep in the aftermath of WWE Clash of Champions, all six Superstars came in with tempers boiling and ready to pop off with punches. The integrity of the barnburner contest was compromised when The Singh Brothers tried to get involved even after they had been ejected from ringside. The Singhs got a double DDT from Orton for their efforts (just after The Modern Day Maharaja ate an RKO from The Viper), Owens felt the effects of a Phenomenal Forearm from Styles (with Orton adding to The Phenomenal One’s mid-air momentum with a shove) and Zayn was felled by a bone-crushing Kinshasa from The King of Strong Style, who scored the 1-2-3 to give his squad the main event W.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: December 20th

To see the final showdown between AJ Styles and Kofi Kingston, click play above.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: December 18th

 

AJ Styles is out next, and the Champ gets a nice reception on his way down the aisle. After formal ring introductions, we’re ready for the match to begin.

WWE Championship Match
AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal

The bell rings and The Singh brothers immediately have to be instructed to get off the ring apron. Jinder immediately pushes Styles back into the corner a couple of times to demonstrate his power. Styles tries to go behind Jinder, and Mahal connects with a elbow to Styles’ face. Jinder calls for a test of strength, but goes to boot Styles in the gut instead. Styles catches Jinder’s boot and focuses on the leg, hyper extending Jinder’s leg and sending him to the outside. AJ is quick to follow, blasting Jinder with a kick to the back of the knee. Styles brings things back into the ring where he tries to make Jinder tap out by wrenching away on Jinder’s leg. Jinder is able to stand and Styles goes in but he’s caught with a chop to the throat. Styles hits the ropes and he leaps in for a cross body, but he’s caught by Jinder. Jinder shoulders Styles and he throws him up and into the ropes, causing Styles to crash out to the floor.

Jinder follows Styles out to the floor and he throws Styles into the barricade hard. Jinder breaks the count before sending Styles back into the ring. Jinder pulls AJ back out to the floor and he throws him over the barricade and into the timekeeper’s area. Styles is slow to recover, crawling out, and Jinder pulls him up and tosses him into the ring. Jinder drives his knee in Styles’ spine, and then drops a knee to the chest. Jinder stomps away at Styles while the Singh brothers watch and cheer from the outside. Jinder connects with a big running knee that sends Styles crashing to the outside. Jinder follows AJ out to the floor and he suplexes Styles on the announcer’s table, which seems to have been re-built after the last match. Mahal brings things back into the ring and he drives his knee into Styles’ spine while also clamping on a rear chin lock. Jinder wrenches back before driving Styles down face first to the mat. Jinder stomps Styles’ gut, then snap mares Styles over into a body scissors. Styles screams in pain, but he refuses to give up.

Jinder breaks the hold and Styles pulls himself up in the corner. Styles breaks out with a series of chops to the chest, but Jinder is quick to respond by whipping Styles into the corner hard. Jinder locks Styles in a modified abdominal stretch, but Styles is up on his feet quickly, so Jinder throws him into the corner and tackles AJ. Jinder climbs up to the middle rope and leaps off with a flying knee to AJ’s chest. Jinder smiles and waits for AJ to stand, heading up to the middle rope once more. Jinder leaps off and runs right into a dropkick from Styles in mid-air. Jinder rolls out to the floor to catch his breath.

AJ kicks away the Singh brothers and doesn’t allow the distraction to let Jinder gain an advantage on the floor. Styles brings things back into the ring and Styles goes to springboard, but Jinder stops him and Styles lands on the top rope instead. Jinder shoulders Styles and he connects with a nasty gutbuster that puts Styles down for a two count. Jinder picks up AJ and he seats him on the top rope. Jinder connects with a big right hand, then he pulls Styles up for a superplex. Styles drops down, and he’s able to counter with an electric chair drop to take Jinder down to the mat.

Styles and Mahal trade right hands when they stand, and Styles comes up with a nasty combination that stops Jinder cold. Styles hits a low forearm to a seated Jinder. Styles connects with a leaping clothesline in the corner. Styles tries to shoulder Mahal, but has trouble. Styles whips Jinder into the ropes and shoulders Jinder for a very quick ushigaroshi. Styles tries for the Styles Clash, but Jinder backs AJ into the corner. AJ blocks a charging Jinder with a double boot in the corner, but Jinder picks up AJ and flap jacks him down to the mat for another near fall. Jinder tries for a suplex, but AJ lands on his feet and connects with a bridging Northern lights suplex for a two count.

Styles connects with a kick to the side of the head. Styles goes for another low forearm, but Jinder gets his knees up to counter the hold. Jinder shoulders AJ and drops down with a shellshock like slam. Jinder picks up Styles but finds himself eating a Pele kick. Styles tries for a tornado DDT, but Jinder throws him off and connects with a huge running boot to the face. Jinder pins AJ, but AJ is still able to kick out at two.

Jinder sits on the top turnbuckle, and Styles connects with another Pele kick. Styles pulls Jinder off the top rope and to the mat. Styles rolls out to the apron and he connects with a 450 splash, but he’s slow to make the cover, and the delay allows the Singh brothers to grab Jinder’s leg. Styles leaps over the top rope and takes out the Singh brothers on the floor, hitting the Styles clash on the floor. Styles is able to pull Mahal down throat first over the top rope. Styles misses the Phenomenal forearm, and Jinder connects with the Khallas, but Styles is able to kick out at two.

Jinder calls for the Styles clash, but Styles counters into the Calf Crusher, locking it in, in the middle of the ring. Mahal reaches for the ropes, but Styles just pulls him back into the middle of the ring, and Jinder is forced to tap out.

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: AJ Styles

Following the match, Styles holds the title high while Jinder holds his leg in pain and inches his way up the entrance ramp.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: December 18th

A very beat up AJ Styles joins the show. Styles gives credit to Mahal for not really using the Singh Brothers. Styles points out the not-so-smart logic of using the 450, but said he went for it to put Jinder away. Roberts points out the roll-through that Styles did to pull Mahal away from the ropes in the final sequence. Styles smartly explains the technique of the hold. Renee asks if Styles thought not using the Singhs was a potential strategy. He admits he was somewhat surprised, but he’s still the champ. Styles says being the champion is what you work for and that it means everything to him to be THE champion. Roberts asks if Styles is done with Jinder Mahal. Styles responds that Mahal has had his chances and that he better find another championship to chase.

Young and Roberts thank Styles for joining the show and sign off for the evening.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: December 18th