After the meeting staged at SummerSlam, AJ Styles and Omos continued their feud with Randy Orton and Riddle. Although there have been several clashes between the two teams, Styles and his partner have not been able to regain the titles.
Following the 2021 edition of the WWE Draft, the two couples met again on Raw and it has already been announced that their storyline is not over. Styles and Omos will in fact meet with RK-Bro for the Raw Tag Team Championships at Crown Jewel, the highly anticipated show that will take place in Saudi Arabia in less than two weeks.
During the latest edition of 'Legion of RAW' on Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo illustrated how WWE is not programming AJ Styles right. The latter has now entered the final stages of his career, as he himself confided several times during interviews.
Vince Russo on AJ Styles
“AJ Styles and Omos seemed to have formed an unstoppable couple after winning Raw's tag team belts at WrestleMania, but then I didn't understand what happened. From SummerSlam onwards, things have not gone as I would have imagined” - admitted Vince Russo.
“Unless WWE is setting the table for a feud between Styles and Omos in the near future. It must be taken into account that AJ has limited time in the ring, his career is winding down, so it is not advisable to waste entire months for nothing” - he added.
Russo then criticized Becky Lynch's skills on the microphone: “I don't know what people have been convinced of over the years, but I have a very precise idea about it. Becky is unable to record any promos. She is so exaggerated and inadequate that she becomes terrible.
Sorry to be so tough, but it's the truth. There are superstars who can't do everything. Stone Cold Steve Austin was able to do everything, the same goes for Roman Reigns, while Lynch is really lacking in the microphone."
Russo, a former WWE, WCW, and IMPACT Wrestling writer, recently spoke to Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Dr. Chris Featherstone about his time working with Woods. He recalled how AJ Styles pushed for TNA to bring Woods in because they previously worked together on the independent circuit.
“He was cool, bro," said Russo. "He really got [understood] the job. I mean, AJ was petitioning hard for him because AJ had worked with him a lot on the indies, and we really brought him in on AJ’s recommendation.
He was cool, bro, very green at the time. He looked a lot like a young Apollo Creed, but he was real good, real easy to work with."