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AJ Styles:  I’m just not as good as The Miz

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WWE Superstar AJ Styles recently gave huge props to his colleague The Miz, saying that he is currently the best heel in the wrestling business.

Speaking on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, Styles noted how NXT 2.0 Superstar Grayson Waller is like The Miz, and that Mike Mizanin, in his opinion, is the best heel in the pro wrestling business.

“[Grayson Waller] reminds me of The Miz. In my opinion, and I don’t care what anybody says, the best heel in the business is The Miz. He’s so good” AJ Styles began.

“I tell him often that man, you’re great. You’re so good, there’s nobody better. I believe that. To me, there’s no one who understands better what a heel is supposed to be like than The Miz. That’s what I want to be. I’m just not as good as him” Styles continued.

“That’s what heels should want to be. They should not want to be liked. They should want to be spit on or speared like Seth did. That’s what we should strive for because with that emotion that you bring as a heel just makes whoever you’re working that much better. When you have a great heel and great babyface, it’s easy. When you have a great storyline, it’s easy. Everything is gonna work out” Styles concluded.

AJ Styles on The Miz

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