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AJ Styles Talks About His Debut As a Comic Editor And Explains His “Bubble Theory”

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AJ Styles Talks About His Debut As a Comic Editor And Explains His “Bubble Theory”

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AJ Styles recently gave an interview to ComicBook in which, among other topics, he talked about the comic that Boom! Studios have published on the occasion of the Royal Rumble PPV and in whose writing the fighter has collaborated. Below are his most outstanding statements:

On the difficulties he encountered in writing part of the story told in the comic:

“Well, comic books are comic books so they’re a little different than how things actually happened, but as far as the Royal Rumble and me making my debut, there was nothing like it ever in my career,” Styles said. “The eruption of the crowd and me being just blown away by that. Man, it’s a moment in time that I will never forget and probably one of the biggest moments of my career.”

 

His opinion on the mentality “If it has not happened in WWE, it has not happened”, which is also part of the story told in the comic:

“Well, the thing is, is when you’re stuck in a bubble, you’re stuck in a bubble,” Styles said. “You don’t really notice too much going outside of it. There’s so much going in the WWE. A guy came up to me and says, “Man, I have no idea what you’ve done outside of here.” I totally understand because when I was in Japan I was in that bubble. When I was somewhere else I was in that bubble and it’s hard to focus on someone else or what’s going on somewhere else because you’re so consumed with what’s going on around you. I would get that.”

 

On how the theory of bubbles can also be applied to some movements that take place in the ring:

“Truth of the matter is, I’ve seen a lot of moves done outside of the WWE and then someone does them in the WWE and now automatically they invented it,” Styles said. “That was the move that they came … I’ve seen it. The joke has always been, if you do it on TV first you’re the one invented it. Michelle McCool apparently, or Crash Harley, I’ve seen him doing the Styles Clash so was it their move? But then again, if you didn’t watch WCW in 2001 then you didn’t see me do the Styles Clash then, so I’m just throwing that out there.”

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