AJ Styles Is Not Unhappy, Would Have Told Paul Heyman To Leave For Lying

AJ Styles is doing just fine in WWE.

Rumors have gone around that Styles is unhappy in WWE due to Vince McMahon allegedly tearing up plans for Styles and the fallout from Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson being fired.

Taking to his Twitch stream, Styles addressed the rumors that he is unhappy.

"I'm unhappy being Intercontinental Champion? I'm unhappy, what? What do I have to be unhappy about? [I'm harboring a grudge] against who? [Gallows, Anderson, and I] all understood what happened, the lie that happened. The blatant lie. I don't really want to harp on it anymore. [Paul Heyman] still works for WWE, that's great, fine. I don't want anybody to lose their job. I don't have to enjoy your presence. Am I going to be professional? Absolutely, that's my job, that's what I do. I'm not going to be a jerk. Just so he knows how I felt about what he said and did, that's it," he said. "I'm not bitter, it's over."

When asked by his co-host if AJ would have accepted Heyman coming to him and telling him the truth about Gallows and Anderson, admitting he gave Vince their names because he didn't have anything for them, AJ responded, "I would have said, 'You should have left, not them, because you said if we put this guy over, you were going to go out of your way to make it up to them.'"

Styles previously admitted that he requested a trade to SmackDown because he couldn't look at Paul Heyman. You can find his full comments on Heyman by clicking here.

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