AJ Styles on Biggest Moment of His Career, Transitioning From NJPW to WWE, Room for Improvement

Chris Featherstone
(Photo by Jim Spellman/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jim Spellman/Getty Images)

AJ Styles was recently interviewed by the Hindustan Times and gave a career perspective of his work as an in-ring performer. Styles shared his biggest career moment, transition from NJPW to WWE, and room for improvement.

Here are the highlights.

Biggest career moment:

“My debut in the Royal Rumble was the biggest moment of my career! I was quite overwhelmed by the support shown by WWE fans and that is something I will never forget.”

Transitioning from NJPW to WWE:

“I never changed my style with respect to how my wrestle. The only difference was that WWE has a lot more cameras facing you than the independent circuit, but I think that was just a learning curve that you need to go through and it has really helped me.”

Room f0r improvement:

“Of course I have room for improvement. Look at a talent like Kazuchika Okada; he is one of the best wrestlers in the world and the kid is not even 30. He has won the IWGP championship at such a young age and when you see a talent like that, it inspires you to work harder.”

Have a news tip? Attended an event and want to send a live report? Submit it now!
monitoring_string = "851cc24eadecaa7a82287c82808f23d0"