AJ Styles Pitched Big Name To Face Him At Past WWE WrestleMania
AJ Styles will forever hold the distinct honor of being the last wrestler ever to go toe-to-toe with The Undertaker.
And the idea of The Phenomenal One facing legends at WrestleMania is becoming a yearly tradition now since he arrived in the company in 2016.
Styles has, thus far, wrestled the likes of Chris Jericho (WrestleMania 32), Shane McMahon (WrestleMania 33), Shinsuke Nakamura (WrestleMania 34), Randy Orton (WrestleMania 35),
The Undertaker (WrestleMania 36), and Edge (WrestleMania 38) at the Showcase of Immortals, and nearly wrestled Triple H at a previous WrestleMania as well.
In a recent interview with Fightful, Styles disclosed the pitch he made to wrestle The Game at a WrestleMania, while suggesting that he might be running out of legends to fight at the Grandest Stage of them All.
Unfortunately for Styles, and for wrestling fans, the dream bout of Triple H vs. Styles is unlikely to ever happen. Earlier this year, Triple H confirmed his retirement in the aftermath of his recovery from a cardiac event.