AJ Styles Signs A New Contract With WWE

AJ Styles is one of the most popular professional wrestlers today and it looks like the star will be staying with the WWE for the time being.

The wrestler has confirmed on his many social media accounts that he has signed a new contract with the biggest sports entertainment company in the world.

AJ Styles made the announcement over on his official Twitter account today. You can read the full details posted down below.

"This is the newest member of my family. Also, I’ve signed a new contract with the WWE. What a cute little guy".

AJ Styles originally came to WWE in January 2016 where he debuted in the Royal Rumble. He signed for three years with his current deal expiring in April 2019.

There were fears AJ Styles would have left WWE for the new promotion called AEW. This was a strong possibility because AEW could have paid him a lot of money to only wrestle on a part time basis.

However, today's announcement shows that AJ Styles will be staying in the WWE for the time being. It's unknown how long he's signed for, but most WWE contracts last for around three to five years.

Unlike some other talent in the WWE, AJ Styles has been treated very well over the past three years.

He's already a two-time WWE champion and is always in the main events. Not to mention he's one of the most popular wrestlers in the world today.

The next time fans can see AJ Styles in action is when he faces up against Randy Orton at WrestleMania 35!

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