– WWE has announced that AJ Styles will appear on SmackDown LIVE tomorrow night to respond to Daniel Bryan’s “shocking actions.”
AJ Styles returns to respond to Daniel Bryan’s shocking actions tomorrow on SmackDown LIVE
Since his yearlong reign as WWE Champion was brought to a screeching halt by Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles has not been seen on SmackDown LIVE.
That will change tomorrow night, when The Phenomenal One returns to respond to the new WWE Champion ahead of their championship rematch at WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs in three weeks. What will Styles have to say? Find out tomorrow night on SmackDown LIVE at 8/7 C on USA Network!
– Step backstage for an exclusive look at the competitors from Team Raw and Team SmackDown on the one night of the year where they go head-to-head for brand supremacy in a series of Champion vs. Champion and Traditional Survivor Series Matches.
– Former WWE Superstar Maven turns 42 years old today.
Maven — real name Maven Huffman — is best known for being the co-winner of the inaugural season of Tough Enough in 2001, alongside Nidia. He became a three-time Hardcore Champion and wrestled for WWE until 2005. He made a few appearances on independent circuit but pretty much left the industry behind in 2007. He returned to the ring in September 2015, teaming with Curt Hawkins at a Lucky Pro Wrestling event in Massachusetts. They teamed together one more time in April 2016 for WrestlePro in New Jersey. This is apparently the last time he wrestled.
He could be working as a bouncer in New York City these days. MMA journalist Ariel Helwani said in a tweet in 2013 that he spotted Huffman working as a bouncer at a bar.
Just walked by a bar that former Tough Enough winner Maven was bouncing. Told him the Rumble spot was awesome. He didn’t seem pleased.
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) September 28, 2013