WWE Champion AJ Styles was recently interviewed by The Daily Star at a WWE 2K19 launch event. During their conversation, Styles was asked for his thoughts on Cody Rhodes’ and The Young Bucks’ self-funded All In pay-per-view event. The show sold out the Sears Centre in Chicago, Illinois earlier this month.
Styles admitted that he didn’t watch the show, but saw highlights, and was happy for their success:
“I did not watch All In. I watched the highlights. And good for them, man, they did great. Those guys are my friends and I am happy for them. I am happy with their success, I hope they continue to do it. This is good for business for everybody. When there is someone to compete against it is good for everyone and steps everybody’s game up.”
Styles is currently the top dog over on SmackDown Live. He has held the WWE Championship for over 300 days since winning it from Jinder Mahal last November. Styles is a former member of The Bullet Club, from his days in New Japan Pro Wrestling before coming to WWE. Currently, The Bullet Club features a plethora of big-name members, including Cody and The Bucks themselves.