Raw: AJ Styles defeated Damian Priest

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Raw: AJ Styles defeated Damian Priest

Now let's move on with WWE Champions Bobby Lashley in the ring, accompanied by the usual MVP, cheered loudly by the Denver crowd. The reigning champion, in addition to elevating his status as a champion in words, points out to the public that Lesnar is a lazy one, as no one remembers when it was his last title defense or his last match in RAW.

WWE RAW ended the rivalry between Damian Priest and Kevin Owens without any logical outcome. AJ Styles stepped in to take on Priest for a possible chance to win a United States title shot. Damian Priest started well and kept the pressure on AJ Styles for some time.

A big clothesline earned The Archer of Infamy a near fall.

AJ Styles def. Damian Priest

AJ fought back and used his experience to his advantage. A Pele Kick earned The Phenomenal One the upper hand as he took the fight to the United States Champion.

He ended the match with a Phenomenal Forearm to pick up the win. He is also keen to clarify that he will not be locked up in the Chamber with Brock but vice versa, making it clear that he will be the No. 1 threat for all the participants of the match.

Styles used his Twitch stream to reveal this massive news. According to him, he had the fortunate chance to get a glimpse of life outside the ring. As per Styles, that’s the life he wants to make primary. “I’m going to give you a breakdown of what’s going on this Friday.

I’m going to leave and listen, it could be a lot worse. With everything going on with the COVID and whatnot, I got to see my kids’ practices. That’s really cool for me. My son’s games for varsity football are on Friday nights.

I perform on Friday nights. This Friday isn’t one of those. For whatever reason, they moved it to Saturday. He’s going to have a Saturday football game and I’m going to get to see it”. It is certainly a match that will be remembered for the years to come.

We saw the American Badass gimmick of The Phenom after a long period. WWE has had some great cinematic matches in the recent past. Bray Wyatt has been the prime proponent of these matches with his “House Of Horrors” contest against Randy Orton and the “Ultimate Deletion” showdown against Broken Matt Hardy.

AJ Styles, in an interview, with Sports Illustrated tells us the story. “There were definitely some crazy moments. Undertaker had to get stitches after he busted his arm open. That just added to the match, to be honest with you.

Just being there and doing that particular match was awesome. And I don’t know if everyone knows how long it actually took. We started around eight o’clock, and we didn’t get finished ‘til about 4:30 in the morning.

It was basically a movie, so we needed to get cameras in the right spot and walk through some stuff that was going to happen. I have a lot more respect for actors after working on those fight scenes”.