AJ Styles

AJ Styles

Country: USA

  1. Biography of A.J. Styles
  2. Early Life and Career
  3. WCW and Return to Independent Wrestling
  4. TNA and Championship Reigns
  5. Later Career

Biography of A.J. Styles

Early Life and Career

A.J. Styles, born in Georgia, is a young wrestler known for his high technique and speed. He began his wrestling career in his home state of Georgia and gained recognition in NWA Wildside, where he made a name for himself. Styles started performing in a tag team with Air Paris and showcased his skills in tag team matches.

WCW and Return to Independent Wrestling

In early 2001, Styles and Paris caught the attention of WCW and were offered contracts. However, their time in WCW was short-lived as the company was later purchased by WWE. Styles returned to independent wrestling and continued to make a name for himself.

TNA and Championship Reigns

In June 2002, a new wrestling federation called TNA (Total Non-Stop Action) was formed, and Styles was invited to participate. He formed a tag team with Jerry Lynn and Low Ki and won the first NWA Tag Team Championships in TNA. However, their partnership eventually dissolved, and Styles focused on his singles career.

Styles became the first-ever X Division Champion in TNA and had a series of successful title defenses. He also joined the S.E.X. faction but eventually broke away from the group. Styles went on to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship and had several memorable feuds and matches during his time in TNA.

Later Career

Styles continued to compete in various promotions, including New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Ring of Honor. In 2016, he made his debut in WWE, where he achieved great success and became a multi-time world champion. Styles has established himself as one of the most talented and respected wrestlers in the industry, known for his incredible in-ring abilities and charismatic persona.