AJ Styles is considered to be one of the best wrestlers of the current generation. He has received praise from many people in the industry and now Bret Hart has joined the list as well.
The Hitman talked about the art of wrestling on the 25th episode of his Confessions Of The Hitman webseries and explained how a number of current wrestling traditions originally started.
While talking about the current generation of the pro wrestlers, Bret Hart took the name of the Phenomenal one as someone he really likes:
“I admire a lot of the younger [pro] wrestlers for their skill, and their talent, and whatnot, like, AJ Styles is someone I really like; I’ve liked him for a long time. I really like the way he works, and I think, like, I watch him do stuff and I go, ‘I would be a little hesitant for someone to do a lot of the stuff he does, say, to me, but at the same time, I also know that he’s a total pro and I would trust him.”
Hart then revealed a number of more names who he would trust and the former WCW star listed names such as Randy Orton, Edge and Daniel Bryan:
“There are a lot of guys I do like and I would trust working with them,” Hart considered. “Randy Orton would be one. Edge would be another. AJ Styles is really good. Daniel Bryan is one of the greatest [pro] wrestlers ever, pound for pound. Like, he’s just such a great artist in the ring. He has a great mind for [pro] wrestling.”