Watch WWE Champion AJ Styles In His 2011 Country Music Video Debut

Pro Wrestling Editor
09.14.16 17 Comments

Back in the early 2010s, TNA Impact Wrestling thought it’d be great multimedia cross-promotion to put as many of its stars as possible into country music videos. Play the regional odds, right? Cowboy James Storm had ‘Longnecks & Rednecks’, Mickie James had a full-on country music career featuring videos starring Magnus, and so on. If you look hard enough, there was probably a Lady Antebellum video starring Garett Bischoff.

The best and most timely-to-reference of these happened in 2011, when imperfect Lee Ann Womack clone Sarah Darling needed a country stud for her new video and cast future WWE Champion AJ Styles. In ‘Something To Do With Your Hands,’ Styles stars as “Mr. Handy” — a butler robot from Vault-Tec, apparently — who is repeatedly called to the house of a 35-year-old teenager (?) who wants him to fix everything in her house and, failing that, feel her up.

Because hey, if you need something to do with your hands, why not beat up John Cena?

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