AJ Styles
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AJ Styles is one of the most trusted shoulders of the current WWE roster who continues to perform on TV on a regular basis. Apart from this, he’s also been a regular name on WWE’s non-televised live event touring but many would complain about his recent bookings. Despite the lack of creative treatment around him, he recently achieved a major landmark.

Per a report from WWFOldSchool, AJ Styles has now wrestled more matches in WWE than he did in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling now known as Impact Wrestling. AJ has been a legend in TNA but he has spent almost half the time in the WWE which signifies how non-stop he worked as a WWE Superstar.

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AJ Styles wrestled a total number of 545 matches in TNA while as a WWE Superstar, he has wrestled a total of 552 matches, so far. Given his schedule, the number will only increase in the coming years.

Back in his TNA days, he functioned as a regular superstar of the-then number two professional wrestling promotion from its beginning in June 2002. He eventually left the company in January 2014 after they wanted to cut his salary by about 60%. After being around the independent scene for 2 years, AJ Styles signed with WWE and made his debut as a surprise entrant in the 2016 WWE Royal Rumble match.

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AJ Styles has been a full-time WWE Superstar since 2016

As noted above, AJ Styles has been working in the WWE for 6-and-a-half years while he spent 11-and-a-half years in TNA. Given that his WWE schedule is obviously strenuous, it obviously requires him to compete in a lot more matches so far. Mostly because of the house shows or WWE Live Events, the match count has increased, so much.

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AJ Styles is currently under contract with the WWE until 2024 after which he admittedly plans on toning down his wrestling schedule. The 45-year-old superstar stated the following to Inside The Ropes about his WWE career,

“Time is running out, as far as AJ Styles is concerned. I am getting older. The ability to put on great matches is getting a little bit harder. I don’t want to embarrass myself at the same time.

I want to get out while I can and still have somewhat of a legacy. I don’t want to have to work anywhere else. I’d love to work within WWE, but I don’t know if that’s going to happen, if I’ll have the chance.”

Arindam Pal

A WWE writer passionate about the sports.