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Three things WWE should do with AJ Styles' retirement coming near

Published at :May 23, 2024 at 5:37 PM
Modified at :May 23, 2024 at 5:37 PM
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Blesson Daniel

“The Phenomenal One” is expected to make every pro-wrestling Hall of Fame in the world because of his contribution to the sport

AJ Styles, commonly known as “The Phenomenal One,” is one of WWE’s most well-known talents, having won two WWE Championships throughout his almost 20-year career. However, his recent defeats against Cody Rhodes at Backlash for the Undisputed Championship and Randy Orton in a King of the Ring qualifying match have resulted in significant decision points for him.

Styles stated in the most recent episode of SmackDown that he and Nick Aldis have a serious conversation regarding his future.

So, here we are, if he finds himself at a professional crossroads, consider these three options.

3. Rekindling relationship with “The Nigerian Giant”

AJ Styles is most known for his solo performance, but his tag team partnership with Omos, the Nigerian Giant, was memorable and profitable, as they conquered the WWE Universe by capturing the Raw Tag Team Championship in 2020. Omos served as Styles’ bodyguard and partner, forming a true relationship with him that has lasted years.

Since the pair split up, Omos has struggled to find his footing in WWE. Despite fighting famous adversaries like Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins, Omos has struggled to establish himself as a significant superstar and is still a free agent.

AJ Styles and Nick Aldis might use their power to encourage Omos to return to A-Town Down Under and continue their tag team triumph. This reunion has the potential to help both guys advance in their careers and win this year’s WWE Tag Team Championship.

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2. Helping underrated superstar to gain some momentum

AJ Styles remains one of the WWE’s most consistent performers. With his career coming to an end, Styles may go into an advising position for future talent. This would not only assist in developing the next generation of WWE stars but would also allow Styles to continue making vital contributions.

Take Santos Escobar of Legado Del Fantasma for example. He is an extremely impressive SmackDown talent who is unfamiliar with WWE’s main roster. A fight with AJ Styles could dramatically increase Escobar’s visibility and credibility. Given Escobar’s alliance numbers, Styles may have to rejoin the O.C. group to balance the numbers game. This situation would make for an entertaining television spectacle while also establishing Escobar as a dangerous competitor within WWE.

1. AJ Styles’ potential retirement

AJ Styles, 46, has reached the pinnacle of professional wrestling success. During WrestleMania XL, he expressed concern about his health to compete at this level. In an interview with The Ringer before of WrestleMania XL, AJ Styles openly revealed his dread of seeming humiliated on stage and voiced skepticism about his future chances in the business.

“I’ve decided that it’s the right time for me to step down. Someday it will be time to end this,” he lamented. Based on these circumstances, Styles may opt to discuss his retirement intentions with Nick Aldis. With Aldis assisting in the planning of a formal ceremony, Styles may make his retirement announcement in front of fans.

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