Impressive AJ Styles stat; Foley predicts future champ
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 09/12/2018 at 10:05 AM

- Thanks to Reddit user Tygrus for the following regarding WWE Champion AJ Styles:

AJ's success in WWE is really quite astonishing when you think about it. As of now, he has been on the roster for 964 days since debuting at the Royal Rumble. His combined two reigns as WWE Champion are currently at 448 days, and his second reign, at 308 days, is the longest since CM Punk's record-setting reign over five years ago. (It's a shame Styles' achievement is being overshadowed thanks to Brock's huge reign as Universal champ.) But in between those two reigns, he held the United States title twice for a combined total of 91 days.

So out of 964 days on the roster, he's held gold around his waist for a grand total of 539 days. 56% of his tenure.

For comparison's sake, John Cena's WWE career is roughly 5,920 days, and he's held gold of some kind (WWE, World Heavyweight, US, and Tags) for a grand total of 1,881 days, which equates to 31.77% of his time on the roster. An impressive feat in its own right.

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