When you’re as popular as the Phenomenal AJ Styles a lot of people would love to have you around. Even though AJ has plenty to do in Philadelphia in regards to defending his United States Championship against Kevin Owens, it looks like he was able to take a little break to go out to the ball game.
AJ Styles was in attendance at the Philadelphia Phillies game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Needless to say, AJ got the royal treatment where he received not only his own custom Philadelphia Phillies jersey, but he also got to throw out the first pitch.
You can check out the video and some pictures from the game below. It certainly looks like Styles is more than ready to take on Kevin Owens at Battleground.
After all, nothing helps you clear your mind quite like a day at the ballfield.
— Nick Piccone (@nickpiccone) July 23, 2017
The Phillies customized a phenomenal jersey for AJ Styles pic.twitter.com/Do8tQDPgVb
— Matt Breen (@matt_breen) July 23, 2017
— Phillies (@Phillies) July 23, 2017
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