AJ Styles denies big rumour about his status in the WWE

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When WWE superstars see a report about them that they feel isn't right, they're not afraid to voice their opinion on the matter in hand.

AJ Styles' current contract with the WWE is set to expire later on this year in April after WrestleMania.

If The Phenomenal One does leave the company at that point, he would end his time with the WWE after just three years.

According to WNWNews.com, however, he isn't going anywhere, as they've reported that the former WWE Champion has signed a new deal with the company.

They stated: "I can now confirm that the former WWE Champion and WWE have come to terms and agreement for a new contract.

"At this time, the details of the contract are unknown, however, we can report this contract will keep Styles with the company for the foreseeable future." 

Unhappy about the report, Styles himself tweeted at the news outlet, denying the claims which they reported.

He said: "What was that? Are you sure? Please let me know the more because I know nothing about this. 🤨"

If The Phenomenal One doesn't know anything about it, then he probably hasn't signed a new deal with the WWE yet, but many fans will be hoping that he does put pen to paper soon.

Styles has said in the past that he would like a lighter schedule in order to spend some more time with his family, and this is something WWE will likely accommodate so that they don't lose him to New Japan Pro Wrestling or All Elite Wrestling.

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There is a strong belief that he will stay with the WWE, as we haven't heard any reports suggesting that he is unhappy with the company. We'll have to wait and see how the situation unfolds between now and WrestleMania.

The former WWE Champion will have a chance to win the WWE title back in his next big pay-per-view match, as he will battle against Daniel Bryan, Jeff Hardy, Mustafa Ali, Randy Orton, and Samoa Joe for the title inside the Elimination Chamber in two weeks time.

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