AJ Styles has a negative single streak on PPV



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AJ Styles has a negative single streak on PPV

During the night of Monday 10 October, in one of the many episodes of Monday Night Raw, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, known as the Good Brohters a bit in all the independent companies of the USA, returned to the side of AJ Styles, while Phenomenal One was facing the entire Judgment Day.

The three immediately began to battle with the heel team of the red show, despite Styles initially made fun of Finn Balor, making him believe he was joining them and throwing them out of the ring, thus starting a huge feud that will surely last a few more weeks.

After a few days of rumors, therefore, another soap opera of returns ended, with Triple H who wanted to bring back to the WWE ring after a few years also the two friends of Styles, who had been sent away from the company always for at the behest of Vince McMahon and also because the two had not been comfortable with the creative path desired by the former Chairman for some time now.

Apparently, their wages would also have grown substantially, compared to what WWE paid them with their first deal, with the federation's Triple going out of their way to get the two athletes back on its roster, so much believes in them.

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As it turns out, while AJ Styles' momentum hasn't been as high in months, the former WWE Champion would be carrying on a truly incredible negative ppv streak. According to what was reported by the Profightdb website and then also confirmed by Vince Russo, former writer of WCW and WWE, Styles would not win a match in single ppv for three years.

Regarding this absurd statistic, Vince Russo commented on what happened in his Writing with Russo: "Someone put up a graphic today... It was like AJ Styles hasn't won a PPV match in three years or something. He will obviously do it now with Judgment Day.

But anyway, man, if AJ hasn't won a single match in a long time, this is the chance he has to win it because by beating Finn in a single match, at least the stable doesn't lose. in full. Anyway I didn't even notice and many like me didn't realize, that he was losing for so long, you have to give AJ a win at some point.

"Apparently, AJ Styles' last single win dates back to Crown Jewel of 2019, when the Phenomenal One beat Humberto Carrillo as US champion in a match valid for the title.