Ryan Satin Talks AJ Styles Contract Talks With WWE, Matt Striker’s Response To Critics, Taryn Terrell’s TNA Departure, More

WZD Ryan SatinYesterday ProWrestlingSheet.com Editor-in-Chief & former TMZ Senior Producer Ryan Satin joined WrestleZone Daily. Ryan is a regular on The Daily every Wednesday and discusses his latest exclusive pro wrestling news stories from his website ProWrestlingSheet.com.

This week Ryan chats candidly about: 

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On what he knows about AJ Styles dealings with the WWE:

RS: I was on vacation and I came home from vacation looking for something to work on. All of a sudden all of this Bullet Club stuff starts going down. I got to work and I was getting a lot of radio silence. I’ve been working on it and then the Observer put out a story that had said that they had left NJPW. They had turned in their resignation notices or whatever and they had all signed deals with WWE. I was like, “Woah! That’s crazy!” You know? That they had actually signed deals already. I was very surprised considering they were just on Wrestle Kingdom 10 and this is AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows. Then I started trying to learn how to work on that. What I was able to find out is that there is a deal on the table as far as AJ Styles is concerned from WWE. As far as I’ve been told, as of yesterday when I put the story up, is that it has not been signed yet. There’s an offer on the table before everyone starts running at me with pitchforks saying that I’m trying to kill everyone’s buzz. I personally feel like there’s a good chance they are going to sign but right now as far as I’ve been told in regards to AJ Styles the deal has not been signed yet. 

On Matt Striker telling fans to, “Eat a d*ck,” in response to criticism of his commentary at Wrestle Kingdom 10:

RS: I didn’t understand his anger in this one. I didn’t see a lot of people giving him crap. I watched the whole show. I thought he did a good job. I like him on Lucha Underground. I didn’t think he did bad in the slightest bit. After the show he tweeted, just randomly and said, “Haters can eat a d*ck. Half the stuff they hate on I don’t even say. Learn the sound of my voice no matter much you hate it before you whine.” 

On why Taryn Terrell is no longer working for TNA: 

RS: I’m not quite sure on this one. I had heard when she got married that she was kind of looking to take her life in a different direction. That’s kind of how she made it sound. Basically what she said in this video is that she had gotten married and that now she was taking her life in a different direction. This was a personal decision she made because she’s on a different path in life now. I don’t know if there was anything specific that happened. I remember there was this weird thing where she deleted all her social media. Which I thought was kind of weird when it happened. I don’t know if they are directly related at all but I know she was really well liked. She had kind of reinvented herself in TNA and people were really in to her. 

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