Bengaluru, March 21: After having a dream run in the WWE, AJ Styles' dreams of main eventing Wrestlemania came to an abrupt end after Randy Orton beat him.
His number one contender's spot was taken from him, thereafter. This made him an irate man who put all the blames on the Smackdown commissioner.
After the verbal assaults on Shane McMahon, he laid his hands on him. As seen on last week's Smackdown, AJ delivered a brutal assault by putting him through a car screen.
This forced the General Manager to fire him from the show.
However, as we all know that was from a storyline perspective. Shane later announced that AJ now has an opponent at Wrestlemania.
Although, it is still not confirmed, officially, the match between Shane and Styles will take place at the grandest stage of them all.
Plus, considering that the rivalry has been a physical one since the beginning, a stipulation should be added to it to make it more interesting.
Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer Newsletter discussed the chances of making it a different kind of match in a recent episode.
He stated that the creative should add a “Falls Count Anywhere" rule into the contest to bring out the intensity of the match.
It will also allow both the participants in the match to pull off all the incredible stunts that they are known for. Especially, it will give an upper-hand to Shane whose desperate moves are infamous.
Furthermore, this storyline might play a pivotal role in Styles' career, going forward. As per PWInsider.com, The Phenomenal One would continue to blame the show-runners to doing injustice to him on Smackdown.
This would pave the way for him to join Monday Night Raw in the post-Wrestlemania season.
Vince McMahon is pleased with the work ethics of Styles since the get-going. He thinks that adding the phenomenal performer to the flagship show will provide a major boost to it. There's no confirmation whether the switch will be made even before the WWE Draft.