The face of TNA/Impact Wrestling since the company's inception in 2002, Styles has done everything there is to do in the last nine years.
A multiple time World Champion, X-Division Champion, and Tag Team Champion as well as the holder of the now-defunct Legends Championship, Styles is one of the company's true home-grown talents and one of its most popular and marketable.
Unfortunately, the last year has served as evidence of a common problem the organization. AJ has appeared to be on a career treadmill, never moving upward but never never moving downward either,
The fact of the matter is that AJ Styles has accomplished so much in his nine years with TNA that he, literally, cannot accomplish anything else.
He, more so than any other TNA/Impact Wrestling star, would benefit from a change of scenery. That change of scenery should be with the the Vince McMahon-owned WWE.
AJ has proven himself in the number two wrestling company for so long that it is almost as if he deserves to receive the exposure that comes with working for McMahon's company. Styles has participated in nearly every "dream match" TNA has or had to offer.
Imagine the potential match-ups awaiting AJ in WWE. Styles versus Cena. Styles versus Mysterio. Styles versus Orton, Punk, Daniel Bryan, and Alberto Del Rio. AJ could revive his career which, in all honesty, has become creatively stagnant in recent months.
If anything, Styles deserves to have his, pun intended, "phenomenal" skill set seen by the largest audience possible.