AJ Styles Says He’ll Never Tone Down His Wrestling Style, Todd Keneley Attempts To Make “The List”

– During an interview with The Sun promoting TNA Wrestling’s upcoming tour of the U.K., AJ Styles vowed that he will never alter his “Total Nonstop Action” wrestling style.

“You know I feel you pick your time and place… and I do that. I pick my spots and use them wisely,” Styles said. “I’ll not tone it down until I stop wrestling.”

Styles also addressed his upcoming autobiography set for release next year.

“I do have a book in progress. It is early days so far,” said Styles. “What I hope to do is tell the story of my early life and bring it right up to my wrestling career. I will include some behind the scenes stuff and while my faith will be included, there will be wrestling stuff there for the fans, too.”

The full interview is available here.

– The newest addition to the TNA Wrestling announce team, Todd Keneley, takes a shot at getting on “The List” this week on the latest edition of “The List” with Robbie E and Robbie T.

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  • indywrestler22

    He doesn’t need to tone it down:most others should learn to keep up.He is the Phenomenal One,after all!!

  • Bro88

    AJ Styles is one of the true legit amazing wrestlers that will always perform a good match no matter who its against. He could easily put on a good match with a broom stick and make it look like gold.

  • Stoops Nic

    Just leave TNA already. They have dumped on him for awhile now. He doesn’t seem to be heading towards the title picture anytime soon (where he should always be) and that’s too bad. I get the loyalty but at some point making the jump for the money is something any real professional would do were they in his shoes. It’s not as if he’s paid really well there. Some will point to Sting never leaving WCW but he was making millions and was already a worldwide star. AJ is a star in the business but nowhere near the level he could be with a run in WWE. He could be a household name withing 6 months given the proper push.

  • TheKillingMoon

    He is overrated. There are better talent in TNA who wrestles way better than he does.