TNA Superstar AJ Styles participated in a conference call Tuesday to promote the upcoming TNA Bound For Glory pay-per-view and discussed various topics including his match with Bully Ray for the TNA Championship, his contract status, the talent in TNA, working on his book, and his thoughts on Jeff Jarrett.
AJ believes his current storyline with Dixie Carter makes for good television. He expects his match with Bully Ray at Bound for Glory to be “entertaining,” and said he will leave it all in the ring at the company’s biggest pay-per-view of the year.
As far as his contract with TNA, AJ said he doesn’t know what is going to happen after Bound for Glory. He said he must make decisions that are best for his family. Styles also pointed out that he hasn’t had an opportunity to even compete for the TNA title for a year.
AJ believes that TNA getting on Spike TV put them on the map. Styles said the TNA roster is second to none, but added that they need new talent from the independents, but not necessarily from the other company (WWE). AJ mentioned he would love to see Delirious from ROH come to TNA.
Styles talked about finishing his book, and hopes when people read it, they learn that he is just a regular person. He takes his kids to school, and has problems just like everyone else.
Styles would love to see Jeff Jarrett return to TNA television. He said Jarrett belongs in the TNA Hall of Fame before him, and even feels he should have been the first inductee.