• AJ Styles Comments On The Reunion Of Balor Club
During a recent interview with IGN, WWE Champion AJ Styles had the following to say regarding the reunion of Balor Club:
“It is what it is, I guess, as far as the way things are supposed to happen. Even though I had my own reunion with them shortly after I arrived, and its in the story, I’m not even with those guys right now.
They’re on RAW and I’m on SmackDown and I’m kind of doing my own thing by myself. But those three guys being together is something special because, truth be told, those were the three guys who were originally together.
If I could look into the future or try to predict things. I’d like to think that maybe we can all be together doing something. At some point. But you never know where things are going to lead, but right now I’m very interested in what I’m seeing.”
• Chris Jericho Says He Wants To Be NJPW’s Brock Lesnar, Reveals Why He Was Happy With WWE Doing Lesnar vs. Strowman & Cena vs. Reigns On A Secondary PPV
During a recent appearance on Busted Open Radio, Old School WWF Legend Chris Jericho discussed his match with Kenny Omega at Wrestle Kingdom 12, his future in NJPW & more.
Below are the highlights:
On being able to have one of the biggest matches in Pro-Wrestling nowadays because of WWE doing their big matches on a secondary PPV:
“When WWE did Strowman vs. Brock and Cena vs. Roman on kind of a secondary PPV a few months ago, I was like ‘Well, there you go, that’s an amazing bonus for me’ because now – to me, those were the two biggest matches you can have in the wrestling world. Once that happened, it left it right open for ‘Alpha vs. Omega,’ there was no match hotter in the business that you could have.”
On his NJPW future:
“I need to keep the ball rolling, I don’t know, once again, the Naito thing is pretty interesting thing to me, and don’t over-saturate myself. Don’t join the G1 Climax and be just another guy.
I really want to do the Brock Lesnar deal with NJPW, if it works out. Pick my spots and come and go to where you’re like, ‘This guy’s barely there, yet, when he’s there it makes an impact.’
And that might have to be the incentive, I just have to reevaluate and see what I want to do next wrestling wise.”