I know some people will have a problem with this, but Styles should really try his luck in the 'E.
If he bombs, TNA will be waiting with open arms. If he's successful, he'll become a bigger star and make more money. At 36 it's his last chance to make it big.
Plus there's nothing left for him to do in TNA. Nothing.
If he bombs in WWE, let WWE manage the shit they created. TNA shouldn't take back someone that wasn't loyal to them. There's as much do in TNA as there's in WWE. He's way much closer to a position of power in TNA than in WWE.
The reason why we don't get fresh ideas and promotions rising in American Pro Wrestling is because the majority of the community is happy with the same old shit and will reject any chance of change. There is a risk in doing new things, 9 times out of 10, it leads to 50+ pages of bitching and moaning. While business gets turned into a dictatorship and more and more out of touch. Support the indies, support New Pro Wrestling.
I'm pretty sure AJ will stay in TNA, but I would love to see WWE pick him up. AJ is a big fish in TNA, he doesn't have any more room to grow in TNA. He has accomplished all he is going to accomplish. So it would be fresh to see him in a new setting.
Just the fact that such information was thrown out there makes this hilarious enough. I'm not saying that TNA should bend over backwards and give AJ everything he wants but if you aren't willing to make someone who's been vital to your company since day one happy well.....
It's certainly not a good looking thing for PR when you release talent on a weekly basis, don't draw new talent in and have issues making sure the talent you have is taken care of.
Lol@Anyone who thinks AJ would succeed in World Entertainment, not that he couldn't but the mcmahons would not allow that to ever happen. If there were actual and legit plans to make him a big star over there I wouldn't mind him jumping ship but I don't see it happening.
"OMGz King what is Stylish Allen Jones doing in the War Zoneeeeeeeeeeee?!"
Like the one they offered one to Joe in 2010...oh wait they never did offer Joe a deal or show any interest. And it isn't like Joe doesn't have friends who work there. Don't be so sure the WWE even has any real interest in signing AJ, they may but it is far from a sure thing that they would want him.