AJ Styles to WWE?
by, 11-13-2010 at 10:38 AM (14194 Views)
A.J Styles is arguably the best in-ring talented wrestler of this century. He is the only TNA wrestler to rank in at #1 on Pro Wrestling Illustrated annual "PWI 500" list. He is known for his off-the-wall wrestling skills and his Styles Clash. AJ Styles has been with TNA since the start of the company. He's one of the last TNA originals who are currently "surviving" through this "Hogan Regime".
Many wrestling fans believe that A.J will die down with the assumption of a predestined fall of TNA. Some also believe that before TNA's final years, A.J will already throw in the towel and unite with TNA's rival, the WWE.
However, some are skeptical about whether or not the WWE will use A.J in a correct way.
"Besides A.J's sick wrestling skills, he really has nothing else," some might say. I agree that AJ is bland when it comes to character but this doesn't lessen his chance of becoming a great superstar in the WWE.
In the current days of WWE, wrestling doesn't count anymore. In my opinion, WWE is wrong for their push in mic skills. After all, the WWE does stand for "WORLD WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT" .
A.J's mic skills aren't horrible though. His mic skills are better than Rey Mysterio, Drew McIntyre, and Jack Swagger. All AJ needs is a character. Even though John Morrison is popular, he has no character.
A.J could possibly replace the WWE's version of Jeff Hardy. A.J is a risk taker, a stuntman and all he needs to be is a fan favorite. And if the WWE wants to train his character, take him to FCW for 1-2 years so he can develop his character. Not everyone started off with great characters. Even the rattle snake himself didn't, as you all remember the ringmaster. But whatever they decide to do to him, they should not change his wrestling name.
Most of the EWN community plays on the words "true wrestling fans" very often on this website. Well if you all are "true wrestling fans", then don't criticize AJ for his mic skills when his wrestling is superb. I mean after all, "true wrestling fans" love "wrestling".