WWE has launched a new project and the new lists will take effect on October 22 after the company returns from Saudi Arabia. The company reserves the right to designate any team they like on Draft Day, but some teams have not been able to perform their duties.
Earlier, it was reported that WWE was considering breaking AJ Styles and Amos in the 2021 WWE project. Acesparks found out that it really wasn’t.
AJ Styles, a ten-year-old member of the creative team, answered questions about the news of Amy’s divorce. “That’s not true. AJ and Amos have always been together,” the source said.
The reports that they are considered a profit-sharing on the street are true. We were told that the “Profit on the Street” division was discussed, but “every option will be discussed”.
We are again told that “all of this is distorted proportionally because it is out of context”. During the project, “each option is discussed” and “each team division is discussed and the teams are considered as united. […] It has been argued that the profits from the street have been split, but it is incorrect to say “it almost happened”.
The WWE project will allow the company to submit an updated list and they will explore all the options. Just because something is said “whatever it is” doesn’t mean it’s taken seriously.