AJ Styles has done a lot since coming to WWE but one thing he learned along the way was how to adapt. He’s no stranger to fitting in where ever he goes. The Phenomenal One recently spoke to The Hindustan Times where he discussed the differences between WWE and everywhere else he’d traveled during his career.
He also went on to talk about if he had to change anything up when he finally made the jump to WWE.
“I never changed my style with respect to how my wrestle. The only difference was that WWE has a lot more cameras facing you than the independent circuit, but I think that was just a learning curve that you need to go through and it has really helped me.”
During his travels, he has encountered many amazing talents and really praised one of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s most popular workers. Although AJ didn’t have to put Kazuchika Okada over for us to realize he’s awesome, receiving a note of confidence from Styles is still pretty cool.
“Of course I have room for improvement. Look at a talent like Kazuchika Okada; he is one of the best wrestlers in the world and the kid is not even 30. He has won the IWGP championship at such a young age and when you see a talent like that, it inspires you to work harder.”
AJ Styles has taken part in some amazing programs in WWE and it doesn’t appear he’s done yet. We can’t wait to see what he does next and are so thankful he finally made it to WWE.
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