AJ Styles dramatic return sends shockwaves throughout WWE universe

AJ Styles has returned to WWE after a four-month injury layoff. The Phenomenal One was announced as part of the blue brand alongside The OC during this week’s SmackDown draft. In December 2022, Styles sustained an injury during a live event, causing him to miss several high-profile shows such as the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. Despite this setback, his popularity has remained unaffected.

AJ Styles

The WWE Universe was buzzing with anticipation as several Superstars were drafted this year, including the return of AJ Styles. Alongside his stablemates from The OC, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, and Michin, Styles was announced as part of the SmackDown roster. However, their homecoming was disrupted by The Viking Raiders, which sparked a wild brawl. As the chaos unfolded, fans were treated to Styles’s famous finishing maneuver, “The Phenomenal Forearm.”

After initially joining SmackDown, AJ Styles quickly became WWE Champion and had an incredibly successful run, holding the title for approximately 371 days. He was later drafted to RAW, where he faced off against The Undertaker at Judgment Day and later against Edge. Additionally, he teamed up with Omos to win the Raw Tag Team Championship.

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The WWE Universe is eagerly anticipating the return of The Phenomenal One to SmackDown in the upcoming WWE Draft. During his previous stint on the blue brand, AJ Styles became known for his iconic catchphrases, such as “The champ who runs the camp” and “The House that AJ Styles Built,” which were a hit with fans. Now, as he prepares to make his comeback, excitement is building among fans who were thrilled by his previous run on the show. To catch a glimpse of his return, check out the video here.

The Phenomenal One is Back: AJ Styles Returns to SmackDown to Shake Up the WWE Universe!

Following his draft to WWE SmackDown, AJ Styles kicked off a riveting feud with Dean Ambrose. Their initial encounter was a major success, drawing a significant viewership to SmackDown. As Styles turned heel and Ambrose played the face, the storyline developed into a proper rivalry, which was well received by WWE fans.

WWE’s Survivor Series 2016 was a resounding success, thanks to the brilliant idea of pitting SmackDown against Raw. Fans were thrilled to witness a star-studded lineup that included Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens, and Chris Jericho facing off against AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, and Shane McMahon. The event also featured some dream matches, including Styles vs Kevin Owens and Styles vs Seth Rollins, with Styles emerging as the undeniable highlight of the show.

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Afterwards, AJ Styles began a feud with Jinder Mahal, which ultimately fell short of expectations. However, Styles’s match against “The Modern Day Maharaja” was decent. On the other hand, Styles’s series of matches against Randy Orton were a highlight, as both top-tier Superstars managed to deliver outstanding performances that lived up to the hype.

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