Jeff Jarrett pays tribute to AJ Styles



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Jeff Jarrett pays tribute to AJ Styles

AJ Styles is unanimously recognized as one of the most gifted wrestlers of the modern era, having racked up countless awards in various federations. In New Japan Pro Wrestling, he held the IWGP Heavyweight Championship twice and was the third leader of the Bullet Club.

In WWE, he won the WWE Championship twice, the US title three times, once the Intercontinental Championship and once the Raw Tag Team Championship (with Omos), becoming the 22nd performer in WWE history to have completed the Grand Slam.

His second reign as WWE Champion, lasting 371 days, is the eighth longest in the history of the title. On April 3, on the second night of WrestleMania 38, Styles was defeated by Edge due to interference from Damian Priest. To Sportskeeda's microphones, Jeff Jarrett confided that he immediately recognized the enormous potential of the 'Phenomenal One'

“When I was at the helm of TNA, it didn't take me long to realize that AJ Styles, Bobby Roode and Samoa Joe had something more than the others. In Styles's case, it was a genuinely generational talent,” Jeff Jarrett revealed.

Jeff Jarrett praises AJ Styles

“Despite being kissed by mother nature, AJ had to work hard to make a name for himself in this business. I am proud to have contributed to his success” - he added. Jeff Jarrett also spoke of Cody Rhodes’s sensational return to WWE: “Cody was very good at seizing the moment.

Hats off to him. Timing is everything in wrestling. Nobody expected to see him again in WWE after six years, not least because he had been one of the founders of All Elite Wrestling in 2019. When he appeared on WrestleMania 38, the audience went into raptures and Cody put out an outstanding performance against Seth Rollins.

Rhodes has matured since his first WWE experience and his character is the most intriguing on the roster right now." 'The American Nightmare' took away the satisfaction of beating Rollins at both WrestleMania and WrestleMania Backlash.

Speaking on this week's episode of Legion of RAW, Russo was appalled by Styles' booking on the Red brand. The wrestling veteran claimed that RAW is currently the worst show on TV. "This is the worst show on television.

What's worse than this show? Like seriously, what's a show that's worse than this show currently on TV?" Russo questioned. "I can't get through this show fast enough. I'm up to like times 10, and it's still too slow to get me through this show.

I can't get through this show fast enough. Come on, guys, please. This is pathetic. This is what Cody Rhodes wanted to jump ship for? This?"