AJ Styles' career is full of dozens and dozens of great matches, which the Jacksonville wrestler has staged with the best wrestlers in the world, such as the first and only WWE Boneyard match, against The Undertaker, or the various feuds with lots of spectacular matches with Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Randy Orton or Seth Rollins.
By many fans, as well as insiders, AJ Styles is in fact considered one of the best WWE Superstars ever, with the former TNA and WWE world champion athlete who is still considered one of the best athletes for several years today, around the pro-wrestling world.
Many times, the same Phenomenal One, however, was asked what was the match he came out best, with Styles who did not have the courage or the memory to be able to answer the question promptly, which has recently happened instead.
AJ Styles on his initial run with WWE
Recently interviewed by the microphones of the secondary broadcast of the Stamford company, WWE The Bump, AJ Styles went to talk about that match that he thinks would be the best ever, which according to the former WWE Champion would have done right in the McMahon rings, against one of the leading faces of the federation of the last 20 years: John Cena.
In his speech, the Phenomenal One said about his 2017 Royal Rumble match: "I think this match with John Cena, and I will say it with some certainty, compared to all the matches I have had in my career, this is definitely the best.
A lot of people don't know, but we never left the ring in that match. We never left the ring; everything remained inside the ring, which is by no means an everyday thing nowadays. I am really proud of that match. "Although AJ Styles is proudly proud of that contest, in the end, it was his opponent, John Cena, who, thanks to that victory, became WWE Champion once again.
defeating the Phenomenal One, which, however, had nothing to complain about its performance, since it was excellent. The Phenomenal One also revealed in the documentary that he was not a fan of the name 'AJ Styles' at the start of his career.
"I didn’t like it. The name ‘Styles’? It just sounded so quirky to me. It didn’t sound cool at all. And it was just spelled S-T-Y-L-E-S. Why didn’t I spell it differently? Like, S-T-I-L-E-Z, or something like… Do something different.
It was just so common!" Thankfully, Styles has since come to love the name that helped make him famous. You can watch the most recent episode of WWE Untold on the WWE Network now.