AJ Styles challenges The Undertaker

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AJ Styles challenges The Undertaker

WWE expert wrestler AJ Styles faced a Boneyard Match The Undertaker at WrestleMania 36, but had the worst of it and eventually suffered a clear defeat. Several times in the course of interviews The Phenomenal One has stated that he would like to have a revenge against Taker, perhaps in the SummerSlam PPV.

Engaged in a recent interview with BT Sports, the Gainesville wrestler has told some of his dreams in the drawer and in particular he has talked about three particular challenges that he would like to achieve during his career.

In particular, AJ Styles spoke of this possible revenge against The Undertaker. Currently Taker has announced his withdrawal from WWE, but as we all know, the roads of the federation of Vince McMahon are endless and no possibility must be excluded a priori.

AJ Styles on The Undertaker

The Phenomenal One recently spoke to BT Sport, and he challenged The Undertaker to a Loser Leaves Town match at SummerSlam, and he also noted that he would put the IC Title on the line. “You want me to give you one? Here’s one.

I’m the IC champ, Undertaker’s never been the IC champ. I’ll put it on the line against you, and if you freaking beat me, I’ll leave WWE forever, but if I win, you leave”. AJ Styles holds massive respect for The Undertaker in his heart.

He believes that Undertaker’s achievement is one that is not possible for everyone. In fact, he is not sure if he can do what Undertaker has done in his career. Therefore, The Deadman has earned the right to quit the industry on his own terms.

“If he decided he is done then I respect that man and he has definitely done enough in his career to say ‘that’s it, I’m done’. Trust me, I know what it’s like. I can’t imagine doing what he’s done for so long, I really can’t.

So, if the one thing he has earned is the right to call quits on his own terms and the way he wants to so. But, I would definitely offer that opportunity”. On the last episode of ‘Undertaker: The Last Ride', The Phenom announced his retirement, saying that he wants to spend more time with his family.

He said he was satisfied with his WrestleMania 36 match against AJ Styles, which allowed him to retire on an extremely high note.