Barry AJ Jones better by his ring name Styles is an american professenal wrestler singhed to Japan Main Wrestling under the name Styles were he is a formed 3 time JMW Tag Team Champion with Kingston Omega, 12 time JMW Champion were he holds the record of 12 reings he is also the 3rd place holder in G1 Lionrock. he debuted in 2002.
Training and Debut (1999-2002) Edit
Jones began training 1999 until his 2002 debuted under the name AJ Raider.
Independent Show Wrestling (2002) Edit
Jones under his name AJ Raider began wrestling matches in August of 2002 he then annouced he was the brother of AJ Styles and went under a 2002 october stint as Barry Raider and BJ Styles beofore Fan Vote he was renamed Styles beofore departure.
Japan Main Wrestling (2002-present) Edit
Jones annouced he singhed a multi-year deal with JMW in December he first fought Big "Mean" Dan who he defeated by submission. he later established him self as a face.
JMW Championship Reing and pursuit (2006-2009) Edit
Jones defeated Siayki in 2006 before loosing the championship to Ayki later that months before pre suiting the championship until 2009.
Ballet Club (2009-2016) Edit
In 2009 newly singhed Kingston Omega began to form a team wth Jones Omega and Shiobi was already teaming with Omega the team formed called the Ballet Club despite Omega defeating Liger in January Styles challenge Shiobi and defeating the championship before dropping it.
Record Title Reings and Various Reings and Pursuits (2016-2017) Edit
Jones defeating various champions for a 12 time reings he then won the Tag Titles in 2016 and 2017.
Contiental Title Pursuit (2017) Edit
Jones won a champion shot for the Continental Championship and will face Claudio Castroli.
12 - time record JMW Champion
3- time JMW Tag Team Champion
Best Star of the year (2015)
- Air Raider
- New Phenomenal (One)
- Atlanta's Rise by DEFMUSIC (2002-2015)
- Ballets and Guns by (Q)Brick while apart of Ballet Club (2009-2016)
- Phenomenal 2.0 by CFO (2016-present)
- Raider (Air Plane Spin) (2002)
- Styles Clash (Belly to Matt Slam) (2003-present)
- Phenomenal Forearm(Springboard Forearm) (2009-present)
- Calf Killer (2009-present)
- Frog Splash (2004-present)
- Arm-Leg Switch Drop (2012-present)
- Phenomenal Drop (Fireman's Carry Knee Drop) (2016-present)