Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 18, 2013
Jim Cornette Addresses The AJ Styles-TNA Situation

Jim Cornette Addresses The AJ Styles-TNA Situation

Jim Cornette recently appeared on Inside The Ropes and spoke about the AJ Styles-TNA situation. Here is what he had to say…

“AJ is a great kid personally as well as professionally. Very talented. He’s been with the company for 11 or 12 years since the company started. I can understand exactly where he’s coming from. From what I’ve read, they wanna resign him for either the same or less money. Money being the root of most problems in the wrestling business. If I know AJ swell as I think I do, he doesn’t have any bad habits, he doesn’t spend his money frivolously, he’s saved his money wisely for the last decade. I think it’s a situation where he feels that if he’s not worth the money that he’s asked from TNA that he’d rather take a break or do something else or it might be a matter of principle. I can’t argue with that.”

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10 Responses to “Jim Cornette Addresses The AJ Styles-TNA Situation”

  1. BallsToTheWalls says:

    Wait… what? Jim Cornette didn’t completely blast TNA?

  2. soyfenomenal says:

    TNA was better with Cornette as the management figure in my opinion. And with Don West on commentary.

  3. Misanthropic says:

    I am shocked Cornette did not blast TNA here. I have to rank him way up in the most overrated persona in wrestling. When he was in TNA he hated the younger talent. And in ROH he turned it to a ghost that people rarely see and that is bad.

  4. tnadude says:

    Coronette's a strange cat. Vastly talented, and highly intelligent when it comes to wrestling. Incredibly fun to listen to. If he could learn to check his ego at the door and listen to other people's ideas, he could actually challenge Vince.

    Problem is – he can't do it, so he fails. But he knows enough to keep getting shots. It's just a vicious cycle. Maybe one day he'll change. But then again, as my father always says – "You are what you were son."

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