AJ Styles reacts to his wardrobe malfunction from TLC

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AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose put on quite the clinic at Sunday's pay-per-view Tables, Ladders, and Chairs, but for the eagle-eyed spectators, they wouldn't have spotted something quite disastrous nearly happened.

With the match in full swing, and both superstars putting everything on the line inside the squared circle, the WWE Champion suffered a slight wardrobe malfunction when his pants split and a rather noticeable hole appeared.

It's not known exactly when the split in his pants happened, but it was noticeable for those watching at home, especially because it was so close to his private region.

Luckily for Styles, it wasn't the front of his pants, but it was actually the back, meaning his backside was in danger of being on show.

Wardrobe malfunctions happen quite a lot in WWE, and some are a lot more costly than others, but luckily for Styles, he found the funny side of his, despite being so close to revealing all to the WWE Universe.

Taking to his official Instagram account, Styles posted a picture of his torn pants, and accompanied it with a hilarious caption.

He wrote: 'As you can see by the seam, you all were in no danger of seeing my butthole.'

Styles did go on and retain his WWE Championship despite the malfunction, and it was all down to the help from James Ellsworth.

Despite him being a friend of Ambrose's, he tipped the ladder over with The Lunatic Fringe on it, sending him through several tables at ringside.

This allowed Styles to climb the ladder and retain his gold. Split pants or not.

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