AJ Styles might be forever linked to the Bullet Club, but that doesn't mean he has time to catch everything they do.
Speaking to The Daily Star, Styles revealed that he did not watch All In, but he's happy for the success of the show and his friends.
“I did not watch All In. I watched the highlights. And good for them, man, they did great. Those guys are my friends and I am happy for them," said the WWE Champion. "I am happy with their success, I hope they continue to do it. This is good for business for everybody. When there is someone to compete against it is good for everyone and steps everybody's game up."
Styles worked a Live Event in Cleveland on Sept. 1, which is likely the reason he wasn't able to view the show live.
Before coming to WWE, Styles was viewed as the leader of the Bullet Club. The Young Bucks were already part of the group when Styles joined, but Kenny Omega was brought in during Styles' time at the top. Omega led the campaign to get Styles out of the group and took over as the leader at New Year Dash 2015, kicking Styles out.
All In sold out the Sears Center in Chicago, drawing 11,263 fans for a gate of $458,525.