AJ Styles vows to be the Last Man Standing: SmackDown LIVE, June 12, 2018

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In an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, AJ Styles explains why he slapped Shinsuke Nakamura last week, before turning his attention to this Sunday’s WWE Championship Match.
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42 thoughts on “AJ Styles vows to be the Last Man Standing: SmackDown LIVE, June 12, 2018”

  1. AJ Styles needs his Haircut back from his TNA days besides he's 40 now his hairline still intact so why not and plus he has facial hair now so it would be a nice mix.

  2. I predict the last man standing match to end in a draw because of double low blow then no one answering 10 count… I also predict no future progeny for either competitor.

  3. I'd be cool with AJ being champ for another year or two. He always entertains. The finishes to his matches are weird but it's not like he's booking it. He is the best in the ring and should stay WWE champ as long as possible,

  4. AJ is one of the top guys in WWE, but I feel like he needs a rest. Not being always in the top, so it doesn't feel repetitive. He's had two years being one of the best and having some important feuds

  5. They are going old school for sure!!!! Didn’t mean gene use to do what the king just did with these interviews during the golden Hogan age of wrestling Roddy piper is smiling down on WWE if they keep doing this “old school before the old school was cool!!!!!”

  6. Love Styles but this whole things stupid. I mean the characters acting like he's never been a con before himself. Even you hard Styles fans gotta remember the "winners find a way to win" guy, right? The low blow guy? Remember him?

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