• AJ Styles Reveals What He Would Do After Retirement
During a recent interview with Raute Musik, WWE Champion AJ Styles spoke on if he would like to renew his contract with WWE when it expires, what would he do after retirement and who he thinks is the next breakout star.
Below are the highlights:
On if he would like to renew his contract with WWE:
“I don’t see why not if I can still do what I do. Like, if I can still be AJ Styles, then I would like to keep working in the WWE in a talent form, so as long as I can keep going, then I would like to keep working here.”
On what he would do after retirement:
“I think there is definitely going to be a time to just sit and chill with the family, but a guy like me just doesn’t sit at at home, so I would like to get back on the road, either as an agent, or more importantly, become a trainer of some sort. Who knows what will be around in WWE by the time I retire. There may be a better job than that.”
On who he thinks is the next breakout star:
“That is though to tell. Some guys may not even work for the WWE at this point, and they may be the next breakout guys in the next couple years. You never know who is going to get the confidence in themselves in the ring and on the microphone to be that next superstar, so you just never know.”
• Interesting Fact Regarding The Undertaker vs. John Cena At WrestleMania 34
As we all know, despite WWE not announcing it yet, The Undertaker will return to face John Cena at WrestleMania 34 on April 8th.
An interesting fact that should be noted here is that this will be a battle between two men with the most victories in the history of WrestleMania.
The Undertaker is #1 on the list of wrestlers with most victories at WrestleMania – with 23 wins. On the other hand, Cena is #2 on this list with 10 victories to his name.
Speaking of Cena-Taker feud, the most recent update is that Cena has posted a photo of Undertaker in his pre-WWF “Texas Red” gimmick on Instagram: