6 Superstars AJ Styles Should Face At WrestleMania

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“The Phenomenal” AJ Styles has already been WWE Champion twice and a one time WWE United States Champion ever since landing in WWE in 2016. His current (and second) WWE Title reign is well past the 300-day mark as he is set to defend it against long-time rival Samoa Joe on September 16, 2018 at Hell In A Cell.

Let’s take a look at the 6 Superstars that Styles should face in singles action at WrestleMania:

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Drew McIntyre

Drew McIntyre
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McIntyre has jacked up, evolved and been on fire ever since he left WWE in 2014. After re-debuting on RAW during the Superstar Shakeup in April, the Scottish Psychopath is enjoying his first championship run as the brand new RAW Tag Team Champions with Dolph Ziggler.

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McIntyre and Styles have never crossed paths and both men have reached the skies at Impact Wrestling. Now that the two are in WWE, a high paced strength vs. agility WrestleMania feud would be an ideal treat for professional wrestling fans.

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Daniel Bryan


Daniel Bryan faced AJ Styles on SmackDown Live after returning to in-ring action this year. However, the match resulted in a No-Contest due to the interference on part of Shinsuke Nakamura.

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Bryan will go 1-on-1 with The Miz in a #1 Contenders Match for the WWE Championship on September 16 while AJ will defend his title against Samoa Joe. If Bryan wins and AJ retains, we might see this dream feud all the way to WrestleMania 35. However, Styles also needs to retain against Joe at WWE Super Show-Down in October for the dream feud to happen.

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