AJ Styles wants the rest of Bullet Club in WWE.
In an interview with Phoenix New Times, AJ Styles talked about his transition into WWE from New Japan Pro Wrestling. Styles called the experience of each company incomparable.
“Well, I could tell you that No Mercy was sold out, and that was a big arena. So, I think that pretty much says it all. I wasn't in the main event at WrestleMania (this year) but it seemed to do pretty well. So, you know, WWE is such a giant in this business, so to compare WWE to any other is not fair,” said Styles.
While in New Japan Pro Wrestling, Styles worked with current Raw superstars Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson as part of The Bullet Club. There are still some members of The Bullet Club in New Japan. Styles spoke on the possibility of seeing them in WWE.
“Yeah, those guys, I would love to see 'em here. But the thing is that what's more important to me is that they're happy. And I know a lot of those guys are happy. But there's a part of me, a selfish part of me, that wants my friends to be a part of it. And I know I've got good-hearted friends, they're good people and I want good people to work here in the WWE. But it may not be the times. I'm sure there was guys who wanted me to be in the WWE long before I got here, but timing is everything,” said Styles.
AJ Styles is the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion and currently feuding with Dean Ambrose.
Styles also talked with Phoenix New Times about TNA and Shinsuke Nakamura, who he faced in New Japan Pro Wrestling.