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AJ Styles is surely one of the top wrestlers in the current RAW rosters. He's not a new person, he's a prepared veteran who's wrestled far and wide and earned an extraordinary reputation for himself. Wrestlers for the most part advance up the Independent advancements like Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling. Wrestlers like AJ Styles leave an imprint wherever they perform.
Here are probably the most eminent quarrels of AJ Styles throughout his career in wrestling.
Christopher Daniels is surely AJ Styles' greatest opponent ever. They're closest companions, all things considered, and have both battled beside each other against each other. AJ Styles initially confronted Christopher Daniels in an All Pro Wrestling ring during the King of the Indies competition in October 2001, where Styles lost to The Fallen Angel, Christopher Daniels in the quarter-finals. From that point forward they have confronted each other a few times in advancements like for Ring of Honor in June 2002 in a ROH Title second round match where by and by Daniels improved of Styles, Maxim Pro Wrestling, Jersey All Pro Wrestling, Irish Whip Wrestling, and others.
This rivalry has been one of the best competitions ever. AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels have delivered some marvelous matches previously, and fans have begun clamoring for him to battle in a WWE ring against AJ Styles, in spite of the fact that he just signed a selective contract with Ring of Honor.
The fight between AJ Styles and Jimmy Rave in Ring of Honor is a standout amongst the most prevalent ones in the independent circuits. The two have confronted each other commonly while they were in Ring of Honor. Jimmy Rave began as AJ Styles protege was soon terminated as he failed to win matches. In any case, he figured out how to return later and came to be known as "The Crown Jewel of the Embassy." His first match against Rave was in a Second Anniversary Show competition match to wind up the Pure Wrestling Champion. He went ahead to win the competition however needed to empty the title and leave ROH as TNA had chosen to scratch off its agreement with ROH because of an exceptionally exasperating debate that the proprietor of ROH had got included in.
Today, CM Punk is a standout amongst the most recognizable wrestlers that worked their way up the indies. It's not astounding that two have run into each other and confronted each other in the free circuits. These two faced each other for the first run through in an International Wrestling Cartel Triple Threat coordinate, the third contender being none other than AJ Styles' greatest kayfabe enemy, Christopher Daniels. They then confronted each other twice in Ring of Honor and after that once in International Wrestling Association.
Kazuchika Okada was one of AJ Styles' greatest opponents in New Japan Pro Wrestling. After the takeoff of Prince Devitt(now known as Finn Balor), the pioneer of Bullet Club, AJ Styles assumed control over the heel group and they began singling out Kazuchika Okada. Kazuchika Okada is extremely popular amongst followers of NJPW for his astounding in ring capacities and charisma. The Rainmaker has confronted AJ Styles many a times in NJPW and twice in Ring of Honor, delivering some vital matches. Kazuchika Okada will dependably be one of AJ Styles' greatest opponents ever.
TNA Title-Genesis 2010: In my opinion, this is the best match Kurt had against AJ. It was billed as the match to prove who was the best wrestler in the world and built off of all of the other matches they had together. It was super and even had a few stalemates in it. The finish came when Flair screwed Angle and Styles turned, heel shocking everyone.