New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) has ran new angles at their recently concluded Dash event suggesting that both AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura are on their way out of the company heating up the rumours that both the superstars are heading to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

The rumours have taken up more steam since WWE’s official website has posted an article regarding the arrival of Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows along with Styles and Nakamura.

“Reports began circulating late Sunday that all four had reportedly given their notices to New Japan management. Fuelling the rumours that Styles, Nakamura, Anderson and Gallows were WWE-bound was a series of tweets involving reigning NXT Champion Finn Bálor.” WWE’s official website posted.

It’s an uncharacteristic move by WWE who seems to refrain from commenting on rumours like these, however this move and fuelled up speculations even more and fans cannot wait to see these superstars fight it out in the WWE ring.

With the WWE pay-per view Royal Rumble coming up in January; the company may have a plan of introducing one of these superstars in the traditional event, according to a report by

Recent WWE signings from TNA or other promotions has shown the new arrivals to be pitted straight to NXT developmental before bringing up these superstars into the main roster. However, things might be different this time and both Styles and Nakamura may be given a straight shot at WWE’s main roster.

Nakamura is still the International Wrestling Grand Prix (IWGP) Intercontinental Champion (IC) in New Japan promotion and it is rumoured that an angle will be developed to make the champion drop his title. This means that Nakamura may not be able to make his WWE debut right away.

AJ Styles has done almost everything that needs to be achieved in the world of professional wrestling. He is a former Ring of Honour Pure Wrestling Champion, 2-time IWGP Heavyweight Champion, 2-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, 3-time NWA Heavyweight Champion and a 6-time X-Division Champion.

Nakamura is the biggest name in Japan’s pro wrestling circuit. He is a 3-time IWGP Heavyweight Champion, G1 Climax winner, G1 Tag League winner and a 5-time IWGP Intercontinental Champion.

WWE COO and EVP of Talent Relations Triple H have declined to comment on the rumours.