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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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Live Event Schedule

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.

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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A recipe for The Biggest Event of the Summer: Take a Phenomenal One. Add one Face of America (preferably a New one). Add the United States Championship, and sprinkle a generous dash of Shane-O-Mac on top, and you get one of the most combustible United States Title Matches in recent memory.

After trading shocking wins and losses over the “workhorse” championship for months, AJ Styles and Kevin Owens take their white-hot rivalry to SummerSlam, as The Phenomenal One will defend his U.S. Title against KO with none other than SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon as the special guest referee.

That stipulation was made after two controversial incidents involving an official — the first at WWE Battleground when KO won the title from AJ in part because the referee was knocked loopy, and the second on SmackDown LIVE when Styles successfully retained the title against Owens because the ref missed The New Face of America’s shoulder rising off the mat.

A furious Owens demanded a rematch at SummerSlam, but he might have pressed his luck when he called for a ref that wouldn’t miss anything, as The Prodigal Son quickly volunteered himself for the task.

Given that Owens is going against a Superstar whom he’s openly antagonized for months, with an official whom he’s, well, also openly antagonized for months, he would certainly seem to have his work cut out for him. But Styles shouldn’t consider this one a gimme just yet. If there is anyone — anyone — who can snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, it’s Kevin Owens, and Shane is nothing if not a man of his word: He’ll call the match down the middle whether it means handing his old WrestleMania foe a victory or a loss. In other words, after weeks of shenanigans, this one might come down to which Superstar is simply the better workhorse.

Who will walk out of Brooklyn as the United States Champion? Tune in to SummerSlam, streaming live Sunday, Aug. 20, at 8 ET/5 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.

Published By: Lisa
Date: August 2nd

At WWE Battleground, Kevin Owens will defend his prestigious United States Title against AJ Styles, who earned the championship opportunity by claiming a phenomenal victory in SmackDown LIVE’s Independence Day Battle Royal.

In recent weeks, Styles has let it be known that he is targeting Owens with a great desire to represent the United States as its champion. For his part, The New Face of America has repeatedly refused to let The Phenomenal One answer his New Face of America Open Challenge.

However, after Styles thwarted the titleholder’s interference in an explosive Independence Day Battle Royal on the special Fourth of July edition of the blue brand, the epic contest is now set in stone for the July 23 pay-per-view.

With each Superstar claiming the blue brand as his show, the conflict between Owens and Styles has quickly become highly personal, but can The Phenomenal One overcome the cunning United States Champion when the red, white and blue title is on the line? Don’t miss WWE Battleground, streaming live, Sunday, July 23 at 8 ET/5 PT, on the award-winning WWE Network.

Published By: Brittany
Date: July 5th

With two weeks before WWE Battleground, SmackDown Live is live at the Talking Stick Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. Last week on SmackDown Live, A.J. Styles wanted to know the status on Kevin Owens’ Open Challenge. Kevin Owens says that Styles is upset because he couldn’t challenge him last week. After a little back and forth between the two, Kurt Angle decided to do a battle royal. A.J. found out that he was the first participant entered into The Fourth of July Battle Royal to determine the new Number One contender for Kevin Owen’s United States Championship. Will A.J. Styles be named the new Number One contender for Kevin Owens U.S. Title? Read on to find out!

A.J. Styles is seen in Daniel Bryan’s office with Chad Gable. Bryan says Kevin Owens has made a case that they shouldn’t be in tonight’s battle royal. Bryan makes AJ vs. Gable with the winner getting a spot in the battle royal. AJ says he’s always up for a little competition. Gable says he’s much more than a little competition. We go to commercial.

AJ Styles vs. Chad Gable

Back from the break and out first comes AJ Styles. The winner of this match will earn a spot in tonight’s Independence Day Battle Royal. Chad Gable is out next. They lock up and go at it. Gable takes control and wrestles AJ to the mat, keeping him down. They get up and AJ fights back with kicks. AJ gets the upperhand as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and AJ goes to the top but ends up hitting the turnbuckle face first. AJ springboards in from the apron but Gable counters and knocks him off the top. Gable goes to the top and hits a moonsault but AJ comes right back. AJ suplexes Gable into the corner. More back and forth now. Gable turns a Styles Clash attempt into the ankle lock. AJ tries to get to the ropes but Gable drops down and tightens the hold. AJ finally counters and puts Gable in the Calf Crusher.

The hold is finally broken. They meet in the middle of the ring trading shots. Gable tosses AJ face first to the mat. More back and forth between the two. AJ ends up hitting the Phenomenal Forearm for the win and the battle royal spot.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, AJ stands tall as we get replays. AJ helps Gable up and we get a show of respect. AJ makes his exit.

Independence Day Battle Royal

We go to the ring for tonight’s Independence Battle Royal as Sami Zayn makes his way out. The winner of this will face WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens at Battleground. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Dolph Ziggler is making his entrance. The ring is filled with Superstars now. WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens has joined the announcers for commentary. AJ Styles makes his way to the ring next.

The bell rings and everyone goes at it. Konnor works on AJ while Sami tries to toss Ziggler. Fandango and Viktor go at it. Jordan tries to dump Ryder. Rowan works on getting Sin Cara out. Epico works on Mojo. Harper goes at it with Konnor now. Harper eliminates Ziggler for the first elimination. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Fandango has been eliminated. Rowan tosses Breeze but Fandango catches him and puts him back in the ring. Rowan eliminates Breeze. Rowan eliminates Sin Cara next. Mojo beats Rowan down in the corner. Rowan works on Konnor next. Harper eliminates Konnor. Mojo eliminates Konnor.

Mojo turns around to Ryder staring at him. It looks like they’re about to have some friendly competition but Rowan decks Mojo. Rowan tries to eliminate Ryder but Mojo makes the save. They double team Rowan and eliminate him. Mojo turns and eliminates Ryder to boos. Ryder looks shocked.

Dillinger comes from behind and tosses Mojo to the apron. Mojo fights off Dillinger and AJ from the apron. Sami eliminates Mojo with a Helluva Kick. It’s down to AJ, Sami and Dillinger now. Dillinger and Sami goes at it. Dillinger also decks AJ. Dillinger mounts Sami in the corner as fans count along. Dillinger stomps on AJ in the corner as fans count along. Dillinger goes for the Tye Breaker on Sami and hits it. AJ also takes a Tye Breaker. Dillinger gets fired up as fans cheer him on. Dillinger tries to dump both opponents at the same time but they hang on.

Dillinger has both opponents on the apron now, still trying to get them to the floor. Sami backdrops Dillinger and eliminates him. Sami and AJ go at it now. Sami with the Exploder into the corner. Sami waits for AJ to get up. AJ dodges a Helluva Kick and Sami goes over the ropes but he hangs on and doesn’t touch the floor. They trade counters on the apron now. AJ knocks Sami off with a pele kick and gets the win.

Winner and New #1 Contender: AJ Styles

After the bell, Owens immediately hits the ring and unloads on Styles. Owens holds the title as referees warn him. He grabs AJ and puts the title in his face talking trash. AJ drops Owens and comes back for a Styles Clash attempt. Owens slides out and scrambles to the floor. Owens yells at referees to get his title from the ring. AJ grabs the title and raises it as his music plays. SmackDown goes off the air with Owens throwing a fit while AJ rolls out of the ring and referees get in between them.

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Published By: CiCi
Date: July 5th

Daniel Bryan is backstage talking to someone on the phone about Punjabi Prison Match. AJ Styles walks in and asks about Kevin Owens’ Open Challenge. The WWE United States Champion walks in and asks if AJ is complaining about not being able to answer the challenge last week. Owens goes on and says AJ needs to accept the fact that he’s a loser. AJ says only if Owens accepts the fact that Owens is Ron Burgundy’s definition of San Diego. Owens gets upset and doesn’t understand the reference. Bryan announces an Independence Day Battle Royal for next week’s SmackDown. The winner will face Owens at Battleground. Owens hates the idea and walks off.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: June 28th

Back from the break and out comes WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens for a Face of America Open Challenge. Owens says he’s not standing here with the MITB briefcase because of an injustice that happened Sunday night. Owens goes on and says he’s still here and he’s the US Champion. Owens continues and says tonight he’s going to give one lucky individual from Dayton, OH a chance to take his title. Owens announces that the Face of America Open Challenge begins now and if here’s anyone in the back from Dayton that wants to… the music interrupts and out comes AJ Styles to a pop.

Styles is ready to go but Owens says he didn’t listen just like most dumb Americans. Owens says this open challenge is for people from Dayton. American Alpha’s music hits and out comes Chad Gable. Owens asks why Gable is here because he’s not from Dayton either. Gable says he’s here to answer the challenge because he just moved to Dayton… this morning. Owens asks for his address. AJ verifies the address and tells the referee to ring the bell for Gable’s title shot.

WWE United States Title Match: Chad Gable vs. Kevin Owens

Owens asks what’s going on. Gable comes from behind and starts dumping a confused Owens with suplexes. Gable goes for the ankle lock but Owens makes it to the bottom rope.

AJ joins the announcers for commentary as Owens rolls to the floor for a breather. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Owens finally is able to turn it around coming out of the corner. Owens drops Gable for a 2 count. Owens talks some trash and scoops Gable but wastes time by talking trash to AJ. Gable drops Owens and goes to the top for a moonsault. Owens kicks out at 2.

Gable keeps control but Owens sends him into the post. More back and forth. Gable hits a big German suplex and holds it for a close 2 count. Owens manages to hit a pop-up powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Kevin Owens

After the match, Owens leaves with the title and backs up the ramp as AJ stares him down.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: June 20th

MITB Ladder Match: AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens

We go to the ring and out first comes AJ Styles for tonight’s main event. Dolph Ziggler is out next followed by Sami Zayn. WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens is out next. Shinsuke Nakamura comes out next but Baron Corbin attacks him from behind at the entrance.

Corbin grabs a ladder and nails Nakamura with it. Corbin keeps up the assault on Nakamura as referees come to break it up. They check on Nakamura as Corbin heads to the ring. Trainers are also out to check on Nakamura. Corbin wants the bell rang now. The bell rings and 5 of the 6 Superstars go at it. Corbin tosses Owens to the floor. Sami and AJ also clear the ring and go at it with Corbin. Sami goes out to work over Ziggler. Owens nails Sami and sends Ziggler into a ladder. Owens and Sami trade shots on the floor. Owens drops Ziggler as fans chant for Nakamura. Sami sends a ladder into Owens’ face. Corbin sends Sami into the barrier. AJ rocks Ziggler. We see trainers helping Nakamura to the back.

Ziggler drops AJ at ringside. Sami slams Owens’ face into the apron a few times. Sami runs the ropes and nails a big dive to Owens on the floor. Corbin and Ziggler use a ladder to double team AJ on the floor. Corbin decks Ziggler. Corbin slides a ladder into the ring but Ziggler superkicks him to the floor. Ziggler comes in with the ladder but Sami knocks him back to the floor. Sami goes to position the ladder but Owens pulls it to the floor. Sami runs out and clotheslines Owens on the floor. Sami brings another ladder in but AJ comes from behind and decks him. AJ tosses Sami to the floor. AJ brings the ladder in but Ziggler stops him. AJ blocks a ladder shot and rams Ziggler back into a ladder at the announce tables. Ziggler runs up a ladder and blocks AJ from nailing a Phenomenal Forearm to the floor. Corbin catches Ziggler in a Deep Six on the floor.

Sami uses the top to moonsault onto Corbin on the floor. Sami clutches his knee. Owens superkicks AJ in the ring and works him over. Owens talks trash to some boos. Owens grabs a ladder and rams it into AJ. Sami also takes a ladder shot from Owens. Owens knocks Corbin and Ziggler off the apron with the ladder. Owens stands tall and raises the ladder but AJ drops him into it. AJ and Owens trade shots in the middle of the ring now. AJ goes for a Styles Clash but Owens resists. Owens back-drops Styles over the top to the floor. Owens looks up at the briefcase and grabs the ladder.

Owens opens the ladder but Sami runs in and stops him. Owens gets knocked to the apron but hangs on. Owens goes to the top for a dive on the others but Sami cuts him off. Sami launches Owens from the top onto a ladder in the ring. Sami stands the same ladder up but it’s broken due to Owens. Sami dumps that ladder and brings another into the ring. Sami looks to climb but Ziggler runs in and stops him. Ziggler lays a ladder in the corner and tosses Sami onto it. Ziggler climbs up but Sami pulls him down. Sami runs up the ladder but Ziggler superkicks him to the mat. Sami catches another kick and drops Ziggler with a Blue Thunderbomb. Sami climbs the ladder but Corbin comes from behind. Corbin slams Sami’s face into the rungs of the ladder and he goes to the mat. Sami charges but gets a face full of ladder. AJ with kicks to Corbin now. AJ with a low forearm.

Fans chant for AJ as he positions a ladder and climbs up. Corbin climbs the other side and they trade shots at the top. AJ with a headbutt and a right hand, and another to knock Corbin down. Ziggler climbs up Corbin’s back and meets AJ at the top. AJ gets knocked to the mat from up high. Ziggler grabs the briefcase but gets knocked down by Corbin. Corbin climbs up but Ziggler leaps and nails a Zig Zag. Ziggler climbs up but AJ stops him. Sami climbs the other side. AJ, Sami and Ziggler are all up top now. AJ gets double teamed and knocked to the mat. Sami and Ziggler trade shots now. Sami unloads and looks at the briefcase but changes his mind. Sami hits a big sunset flip powerbomb from the top of the ladder instead. Ziggler rolls to the floor as fans chant “holy shit” and we get a replay.

Owens pulls Sami out and goes for a powerbomb on the apron but Sami avoids it. They trade shots on the apron now. Sami with a big boot as the “ole!” chants start up. Sami with a full nelson suplex on the apron, sending Owens flying to the floor. Sami struggles to get over to the ladder that’s still standing. Sami climbs up as the chants continue. AJ leaps in out of nowhere with a Phenomenal Forearm, knocking the ladder over with Sami. Corbin brings AJ out and sends him over the announce table. Styles ends up leaping out at Corbin but he gets caught. Corbin chokeslams Styles onto a ladder that’s bridged from the steel steps to the announce table. Sami with a Helluva Kick to Corbin int he corner. Everyone is down but Sami now. Sami positions a ladder and climbs for the briefcase.

Ziggler runs in and grabs Sami’s boot but Sami kicks him away. Sami gets his fingers on the case but Owens runs in and stops him. Owens with a low blow. Owens climbs the ladder and grabs the briefcase but Styles grabs his leg. Styles pulls Owens down but Owens rocks him. Owens dumps AJ to the apron and drops him. Owens grabs AJ and tries to powerbomb him from the apron to the bridged ladder but AJ fights it off. AJ counters and launches Owens from the ladder to the apron with a fireman’s carry. Owens and AJ fall from the ladder to the floor. Corbin is also down. AJ returns to the ring and positions a ladder as fans chant his name. AJ climbs up but here comes Ziggler. Ziggler pulls the ladder away but AJ is hanging from the chain of the briefcase. AJ falls to the mat without the briefcase and Ziggler laughs at him.

Corbin positions the ladder now. Nakamura’s music hits and out he comes to a big pop. Corbin grabs the ladder and waits for him. Nakamura slowly walks to the ring. Corbin tosses the ladder but misses. Fans sing Nakamura’s theme song as he hits the ring and unloads on Corbin. Nakamura with the knees in the corner and a kick to knock Corbin from the apron. Ziggler runs into boots in the corner from Nakamura. Nakamura with a Kinshasa from the top to Ziggler. Another Kinshasa for Ziggler. Sami runs in but Nakamura nails him. Nakamura with the reverse exploder suplex on Sami. Nakamura with a Kinshasa to Sami next. Fans chant for Nakamura as he goes outside for a ladder. He tries to bring the ladder in but Owens grabs it. Nakamura slides the ladder in but Owens is still trying to stop him. Owens takes a Kinshasa on the floor next.

Nakamura returns to the ring and grabs the ladder to position it under the case. Nakamura is slow to climb but when he starts, AJ meets him on the other side of the ladder. They stare each other down as the crowd pops. They both carry the ladder to the side and stare each other down for a fight in the middle of the ring. They go at it and trade strikes. Nakamura applies a submission from behind and brings AJ down to one knee. Nakamura turns that into another exploder. Nakamura goes for a Kinshasa to AJ but AJ blocks it with a forearm. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Styles positions the ladder and looks to climb again. Nakamura meets him at the top and they trade shots. Nakamura gets the upperhand as fans do dueling chants for the two. AJ fights back. They both reach for the case. Corbin runs in and pushes the ladder over, sending both into the ropes.

Corbin stands the ladder back up and climbs up to retrieve the briefcase for the win.

Winner: Baron Corbin

After the match, Corbin stands up high with the briefcase as his music hits. We go to replays. Corbin stands tall with the briefcase while the other competitors are down around the ringside area. MITB goes off the air with Corbin raising the briefcase.

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Published By: Lisa
Date: June 19th

Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles are in the back and AJ says that Sami gets a little excited for the big matches.

Sami shows up and he wants to know what are they going to do.

AJ is shocked that Sami said so little.

Sami starts to talk strategy and he asks for ideas, but Sami suggests that he start against Corbin.  Sami wonders if they are strategizing against them.  Will they start with Ziggler or Owens.

AJ says they are good and Sami says the high fives will wait until the victory celebration later tonight.

Sami leaves and Nakamura says he likes Sami.

Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler vs. AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura and Sami Zayn

We go to the ring and out comes WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens for tonight’s main event. Baron Corbin is out next, followed by Dolph Ziggler. Sami Zayn is out first for his team. AJ Styles is out next to a big pop. Shinsuke Nakamura is out last for another big pop. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Ziggler is going at it with Nakamura, trading holds. Nakamura takes Ziggler down and drops knees. Nakamura with good vibrations in the corner. Ziggler comes back and floors Nakamura with a dropkick. Owens tags in and unloads on Nakamura, yelling out about being the champ. Corbin comes right in and keeps up the attack on Nakamura. Corbin beats Nakamura down in the corner and stomps. Corbin talks trash to Sami and yells at the referee.

Ziggler comes back in and takes Nakamura down for a headlock. AJ finally gets a tag and comes in to unload on Ziggler. AJ knocks Corbin off the apron and goes back to work on Ziggler. AJ drops Ziggler into a gutbuster and then knocks Owens off the apron. AJ scoops Ziggler for the fireman’s carry neckbreaker. AJ covers for a 2 count but Owens kicks him in the face to break it. Sami comes in and unloads on Owens, sending him to the floor. Sami runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Owens down. The “ole!” chants start up now. Ziggler blocks a Styles Clash and nails a DDT for a 2 count. Corbin comes in and ends up hitting a Deep Six on Sami for a 2 count as Nakamura makes the save. Corbin nails Nakamura and we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Owens comes in to keep Sami down. Owens talks some trash to AJ before stomping away on Sami in the corner. Owens goes for the senton but Sami gets his knees up. Owens comes back with a DDT for a 2 count. Corbin tags in and stomps on Sami. Corbin rams Sami back into the corner and works him over, yelling at the referee after a warning. Corbin goes on and stops Sami from making a tag. Owens comes back in and stomps on Sami while Corbin holds him. Owens mounts Sami with strikes now.

Sami nails a Blue Thunderbomb on Owens out of nowhere. Corbin tags in and stops Sami from tagging again. Sami knocks Ziggler off the apron after Corbin whips him into the corner but Corbin splashes him in the corner. Sami manages a big clothesline to Corbin. Sami goes on to dump Corbin over the top rope. Sami jumps for a tag but Ziggler and Owens pull AJ and Nakamura off the apron. There’s fighting on the floor now. Corbin knocks AJ off the apron but Sami takes advantage and hits a Helluva Kick for the pin on Corbin.

Winners: Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles

After the bell, Ziggler immediately attacks AJ and Sami in the ring, unloading on them. Fans chant “yes!” as Owens brings a ladder into the ring. Ziggler and Owens grab the ladder and run it into Sami as he stands up. They also drop AJ with the ladder. Ziggler and Owens look up at the briefcase before having words. Corbin runs in and takes them both down, sending Ziggler out of the ring. Corbin grabs the ladder and decks Owens with it. Ziggler gets on the apron but Corbin knocks him off with the ladder. Corbin positions the ladder and climbs up for the briefcase. Nakamura runs in and pushes the ladder over. Nakamura hits Corbin with a Kinshasa. Nakamura stands the ladder up as fans chant his name. Nakamura climbs up to grab the briefcase while his music hits and fans cheer. SmackDown goes off the air with Nakamura on top of the ladder with the briefcase while the other MITB competitors are down on the floor.

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Date: June 14th

AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler

Back from the break and out first comes AJ Styles to a pop. Dolph Ziggler is out next for a rematch from last week.

Back and forth to start the match. We take an early break.

Back from the break and they’re going at it. They trade big shots in the middle of the ring. AJ unloads and blocks a Fame-asser. AJ gets the upperhand but Ziggler gets a close 2 count with his feet on the ropes. Ziggler goes on and connects with the Fame-asser for a 2 count. They go to the top. Ziggler goes for a tornado DDT but AJ counters and sends him to the mat.

Styles decks Ziggler from the apron. Styles goes for a Phenomenal Forearm but it’s blocked. More back and forth. They trade pin attempts and Styles hits a Styles Clash in the middle of the ring for the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, Styles stands tall as we go to replays.

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Date: June 7th

AJ Styles is shown backstage warming up.

Renee Young is backstage with AJ Styles ahead of his match against Dolph Ziggler tonight. AJ says he’s building up momentum for Money In the Bank so he can become a two-time WWE Champion. Ziggler interrupts. Ziggler says this may be the house AJ built but he laid the foundation around here. Ziggler says he’s the only one in this match who already won a MITB match and cashed in to become champion. Ziggler says he’s going to do it again in two weeks but tonight… they have words and are both ready to go. Ziggler tells Styles he will see him out there. Ziggler walks off.

AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler

We go to the ring and out first comes Dolph Ziggler for tonight’s main event. AJ Styles is out next to a big home state pop.

The bell rings and they lock up as we see the MITB briefcase hanging above the ring. Fans chant for Styles. Ziggler ends up sending AJ ribs-first into the steel. AJ sells the injury outside of the ring as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and they’re going at it. They’re slow to get up but start trading shots in the middle of the ring. AJ drops Ziggler with a clothesline. AJ keeps control and nails a sliding forearm. AJ gets to his feet as fans pop. Ziggler counters but AJ blocks him and slams him on his face for another 2 count. Ziggler ends up blocking a Styles Clash and covering with his feet on the ropes for a 2 count. The referee catches him. AJ comes back and drops Ziggler over his knee from the fireman’s carry. AJ with a 2 count.

Ziggler blocks another Styles Clash attempt. AJ rocks Ziggler with a right. AJ ends up suplexing Ziggler into the turnbuckles. AJ goes for a Styles Clash from the second rope but Ziggler slides out. Ziggler comes right back with a big DDT out of the corner. Both Superstars are down now. AJ blocks a Fame-asser but Ziggler blocks the Styles Clash. Ziggler with a headbutt. AJ blocks the Zig Zag with a backbreaker.

Both are down again. Ziggler comes back with a knee to the jaw. Ziggler takes AJ up top for a superplex. AJ slides out and drops Ziggler face first into the top turnbuckle. AJ misses a splash in the corner. More back and forth. AJ gets the Calf Crusher locked in the middle of the ring. It’s broken. More back and forth until Ziggler hits the Zig Zag for a close 2 count. AJ ends up avoiding a superkick as Ziggler goes down. AJ rocks Ziggler from the apron. AJ springboards up for a Phenomenal Forearm but Ziggler knocks him off. Ziggler nails a superkick and covers for the win.

Winner: Dolph Ziggler

After the match, Ziggler stands tall as we go to replays. We come back to Ziggler having his arm raised while AJ is still down. Ziggler points up at the briefcase as the referee checks on AJ. SmackDown goes off the air with Ziggler celebrating.

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Date: May 31st

We go back to the ring and out comes SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon.

Shane talks about how history was made at Backlash with the WWE Title change and fans boo. Shane announces that Randy Orton will get his rematch at the Money In the Bank pay-per-view from St. Louis. He also announces the Money In the Bank Ladder Match and introduces the participants as we see the briefcase hanging above the ring. Out first comes AJ Styles to a pop. Baron Corbin is out next followed by Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler and WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens. Shane halts production and says Owens knows he’s not one of the participants. Shane introduces the final participant and out comes Shinsuke Nakamura to a pop.

Owens throws a fit and can’t believe these 5 are in the match. He understands why some of these guys are in the match as Sami and Nakamura won at Backlash. Owens says he also won at Backlash. The guy he beat is in the match but he’s not. Owens doesn’t get that and says it must come down to favoritism. He says SmackDown is the land of opportunity but Shane dictates who gets those opportunities. Owens wonders if it”s something else. He thinks Shane is a little upset because Owens did what he couldn’t do at WrestleMania 33 – defeat AJ. Shane ends up agreeing and putting Owens in the match as the 6th participant.

Corbin tells Owens to shut up and stop talking. Corbin says Owens got himself into the match but it won’t turn out good for him. Corbin knocks the others and tells Shane he should just lower the briefcase down and give it to Corbin now. AJ shuts Corbin up and reminds him that this is the house AJ Styles built. AJ knocks Owens and calls him WWE’s version of Eric Cartman. Fans chant Cartman now. AJ doesn’t care who it is, he plans on getting that case and getting his title back. Sami throws his two cents in but Corbin interrupts and says his win at Backlash was a fluke. They argue and Owens tells them to shut up. Ziggler interrupts and says he’s the only one to actually cash in and win, and he will do it again. Nakamura takes the mic and fans chant his name. Nakamura introduces himself, for those who still don’t know him. Nakamura says we can call him Mr. Money In the Bank for now. Shane announces Corbin vs. Sami in a Backlash rematch for tonight. He makes the main event as well – Ziggler and Owens vs. Styles and Nakamura. Shane’s music hits as everyone faces off.

AJ greets Shinsuke Nakamura backstage and hypes their first time teaming tonight. AJ admits he learned a few things from Nakamura in Japan but tonight, Nakamura needs to follow his lead because this is the house AJ built. AJ says everything will turn out fine if he does that. Nakamura says tonight they will team but he’s taking the briefcase at Money In the Bank and making AJ’s house Nakamura’s playground. Nakamura walks off.

Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler vs. Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles

Back from the break and Dolph Ziggler, WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens, AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura are all out for the main event. AJ starts off with Ziggler.

Back and forth to start. Ziggler misses a dropkick but AJ comes right back with a dropkick of his own. Nakamura gets a tag. Ziggler wants none of him and tags in Owens. Fans pop as Nakamura and Owens face off. Owens talks trash and Nakamura decks him. Nakamura goes to work and goes for an early Kinshasa but Owens rolls to the floor for a breather. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Nakamura and Owens finally go at it. Nakamura with a big knee to the gut and some good vibrations in the corner. Owens uses the top rope on Nakamura and turns it around. Owens unloads with stomps and yells about being the champ. Owens keeps Nakamura in the corner and tags in Ziggler for a bit of double teaming. Fans chant for AJ. Ziggler keeps control of Nakamura out of the corner and hits a neckbreaker for a 2 count. Ziggler keeps Nakamura grounded now.

Nakamura looks for a comeback but Ziggler floors him and grounds him again. Owens tags in and keeps Nakamura down before showing off some. Owens with shots in the corner now. Owens takes Nakamura down and kicks him in the back. Owens with a headlock now. Fans chant for AJ as Owens keeps Nakamura down. Nakamura fights up but Owens floors him. Ziggler comes back in for a bit of double teaming. Nakamura finally fights out of the corner and decks both. Nakamura looks to make a tag but Ziggler rams him back into the corner. Owens tags in and knocks Styles off the apron. Owens with a clothesline and a corner cannonball for a 2 count. Owens mounts Nakamura with right hands as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Ziggler cuts Nakamura off with a dropkick for a 2 count. Owens tags in and keeps up the attack. Owens splashes Nakamura for a 2 count. Owens with more offense and a tag to Ziggler, telling him to finish Nakamura. Nakamura fights Ziggler off but Ziggler knees him. Ziggler charges but runs into the ring post. AJ gets the hot tag and unloads on Ziggler with strikes and a clothesline. AJ with a sliding forearm for a 2 count on Ziggler.

AJ knocks Owens off the apron. Ziggler and AJ trade holds. AJ with the fireman’s carry neckbreaker for a 2 count. Styles goes for the Styles Clash but Owens distracts him. Ziggler takes advantage and drops AJ over the top rope. Ziggler sends AJ to the floor. Owens with a senton on the floor. Owens sends AJ into the apron and brings him back up onto the apron for a running knee to the back, sending AJ back to the floor. Owens taunts Nakamura. Owens brings AJ back into the ring and grounds him with a headlock.

Styles fights up and out from Owens. Owens backdrops him for another pin attempt. Owens with elbows to the head now. Ziggler takes AJ to the top for a superplex but it’s blocked. AJ slides to the mat. Ziggler rushes down and stops him from tagging. AJ ducks a clothesline and plants Ziggler on his face. Both are down now. Nakamura and Owens tag at the same time and they go at it. Nakamura unloads and hits a running knee in the corner. Nakamura places Owens on the top turnbuckle and runs in with a high knee for a 2 count. Owens fights back but runs into a knee. Nakamura drops Owens for a 2 count as Ziggler breaks the pin.

Ziggler misses a Zig Zag on Nakamura. Nakamura launches him with an exploder. Owens stops a Kinshasa to Ziggler. AJ with a pele kick to Owens. AJ goes for the Styles Clash on Owens but Ziggler superkicks him. Nakamura dropkicks Ziggler out of the ring. Nakamura hits Kinshasa on Owens and covers for the pin.

Winners: AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, Nakamura’s music hits as he stands tall. AJ and Nakamura have their arms raised in the middle of the ring as we go to replays. Nakamura continues the celebration as AJ looks on, standing on the second turnbuckle. SmackDown goes off the air with AJ and Nakamura standing in the middle of the ring facing off as we see the Money In the Bank briefcase hanging high.

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Published By: Brittany
Date: May 24th