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AJ Styles still claims SmackDown as The House that He Built

WWE Universe saw AJ Styles & Sami Zayn challenge Kofi Kingstone in a triple threat match for WWE Championship on this week. Kofi could hold his title, withstanding the risk of Kevin Owens at ringside all the while. However, Kingston enduring three Blue Thunder Bombs from Zayn to overcome him with Trouble in Paradise. Meanwhile, Styles could watch on from the outside of the ring as the last seconds of the match unfurled. Now, he has failed to reclaim the WWE Championship on four events since his year-long title rule arrived at an end against Daniel Bryan.

Currently, Styles will confront Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship at the Money in the Bank on May 19. The match is in one of the highlighted matches of the WWE pay per view show. However, it is as yet disturbing that his most recent endeavor to win a world title finished in disappointment. There is a question why AJ Styles was in WWE Championship match despite he already has a match for Universal title at WWE MITB.

The Phenomenal One showed his Arrogant Characteristics

When it turned out that the fantasy clash between Rollins and Styles will happen sooner than anticipated at Money in the Bank. It looked just as the Universal Championship experience would be worked around the regard. Also, the two Superstars’ energy about the other’s capacity. WWE Universe a considerably more forceful side to Styles’ identity over the most recent two weeks. He begins with his arrogant characteristics amid the agreement marking between the two men on Raw.

The Phenomenal One kept on appearing of a conceivable heel turn this week. Styles betrayed Rollins amid their Tag Team battle against Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley. AJ left him to lose using pinfall to Baron Corbin after comes an End of Days. Tuesday’s annihilation in the Triple Threat match will give AJ more motivation to develop dissatisfaction. Styles take his outrage out on Rollins, prompting what will probably turn into an all-out heel turn.

Money in the Bank Universal Championship Match

The most expected Money in the Bank is undoubtedly WWE Universal Championship Match between Seth Rollins & AJ Styles. Rollins has been the best in-ring entertainer on Raw throughout the most recent three years. Likewise, Styles has been the best in-ring entertainer on SmackDown Live. Moreover, He referred The Blue brand as The House that AJ Styles Built. Presently, WWE put the two men on a similar brand after the 2019 Superstar Shake-Up. Their ways will cross without precedent for a one-on-one WWE Match.

Would Tuesday’s WWE Championship Triple Threat honestly have seemed well for Styles to become three-time WWE champion? Then, make the Money in the Bank match a Title versus Title experience? Also, AJ Styles Doesn’t need another WWE Championship reigns. Generally, WWE wouldn’t have had The Bar intrude on the Title versus Title match on Raw among Rollins and Kofi Kingston last month. The Phenomenal One had the least to lose by not winning the triple threat match.

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