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Allen Neal Jones better known by the ring name A.J. Styles (also formatted as AJ Styles), is an Americanprofessional wrestler currently signed to WWE. He is best known for his 11-year tenure in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) from 2002–2013, along with his work in Ring of Honor (ROH) from 2002–2006 and 2013–2016, and in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) from 2014–2016 as a member and the third ... Read More
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WWE wrestling men’s champion AJ Styles is used to shrugging off the haters, experience that served him well as he donned a Collingwood jersey at the MCG on Sunday. Women’s champion Carmella thought the jersey matched her outfit best but remained upbeat while being saddled with the navy blue of cellar-dwellers Carlton.

Pacing the hallowed turf, wrestling’s reigning royalty were eyeing the empty seats that would be filled within hours by Magpies and Blues fans. Styles vowed that despite the stadium’s size, it would be overflowing with up to 100,000 “crazy” fans for the WWE ‘Super Show-Down’ on October 6, just one week after the 2018 AFL grand final.

“This isn’t something we’re taking lightly, we’re bringing some hall-of-famers, we’re going to tear the house down,” he said.

The showdown will be the WWE’s first Melbourne stadium show in 16 years, when the Global Warning event at Etihad Stadium in 2002 drew more than 56,000 people to a card headlined by a Triple Threat match between The Rock, Triple H, and Brock Lesnar. October’s card will feature the largest WWE roster ever to appear in Australia, including the final bout between long-time arch-rivals Triple H and The Undertaker. A sell-out would hurtle the event into the record books as one of history’s largest-ever wrestling crowds.

With seats priced at up to $2000 per ticket, fans will be expecting an extravaganza. Up to 500 crew members will spend four days setting up 50 semi-trailers worth of equipment. Proceedings will then be beamed live to a worldwide audience of millions of fans across up to 180 countries in 24 languages. While still relatively small in Australia, WWE has more than 900 million social media followers and is the second-most viewed channel in the world. Carmella said the event will be a buzz for fans and wrestlers alike. “Just being here right now, looking around and seeing all these empty seats, the thought of being in the ring and having all of these seats full, it’s just going to be so cool – I know fans here are like no other.”

Tickets go on sale on Thursday via ticketek.com.au
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Kicking off this high-stakes Gauntlet Match to determine the challenger for WWE Champion AJ Styles at WWE Extreme Rules were Daniel Bryan and Big E. The two combated at a rapid pace, and Bryan advanced after withstanding Big E’s explosive powerhouse attack and caught him with the Running Knee for the three-count.

There would be no rest for The “Yes!” Man, however, as out next was Samoa Joe. The two fought ferociously, with Joe looking to prey on the worse-for-wear Bryan. When the action spilled to the outside, Joe locked Bryan in the Coquina Clutch trying to put Daniel to sleep as the referee began to count to 10. However, Bryan slid out of the hold and used his momentum to make Joe stumble prior to getting back into the ring right as the referee was nearing the 10-count. Joe was shocked, but Bryan’s craftiness was enough gain the victory over The Samoan Submission Machine.

However, before the next Superstar could arrive, The Bludgeon Brothers reemerged and savagely attacked Bryan, laying him out with a vicious assault. This left Bryan ripe for the picking against the next Superstar to enter the contest, who, as fate would have it, was Bryan’s longtime rival The Miz. Simply being able to just pick the bones of Bryan at this point, Miz made quick work of Daniel, finishing him off instantly with the Skull-Crushing Finale.

With Miz having taken out the wounded Bryan, all that was left between him and a WWE Championship Match was Rusev. Both Superstars were surely feeling lingering effects from the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match two days prior, but both were also going to give it all they had, as they were now only one step away from a WWE Championship opportunity at WWE Extreme Rules.

Rusev and Miz jockeyed for position, but after several close calls, Miz attempted to follow his “It” Kicks with another Daniel Bryan impersonation by going for Bryan’s signature Running Knee. However, The Super Athlete countered with a kick that knocked The A-Lister straight down. From there, Rusev applied the Accolade to get the tapout victory and earn the right to challenge The Phenomenal One at WWE Extreme Rules for the WWE Title.

After Rusev’s monumental win, Styles arrived, laid his WWE Title down as to suggest it was a line in the sand and then shook The Bulgarian Brute’s hand. However, when Rusev’s trusty songbird sidekick also tried to put ‘er there with Styles before pulling his hand away, AJ gave him a swift punch to the jaw for his troubles.

Styles and Rusev seemed to respect one another, but what will happen next as WWE Extreme Rules approaches?

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