Dustin Rhodes is no longer with WWE. He let his contract expire. Now he is with AEW and set for a huge match against his brother Cody that the two always wanted.

Goldust might not be a WWE Superstar anymore, but he left a huge impression on the company after over twenty years wearing the face paint. However, he is now glad to be gone.

While speaking to Wrestling Inc, Dustin Rhodes explained why it “feels good to be away from WWE” and how Double Or Nothing will be the most important night of his thirty plus years in the pro wrestling business.

“It feels good to be away from WWE and now on my own doing what I wanna do. I’m looking forward to [Double or Nothing]. I’ve trained hard for it, my worked butt off and am probably in the best shape I’ve been in since high school.


“This to me is, in my 31 years in the business, the most important night in my life and I really do mean that. It’s that important to me and I’m that excited and that nervous. It’s very special to me and I’m looking forward to it.”

Dustin Rhodes recently recovered from knee surgery so he should be all healed up in that regard. Double Or Nothing is going to be a big show for a lot of people, but it is something very special for the Rhodes brothers.

We will have to wait and see what is next for Dustin Rhodes’ pro wrestling career at this point. He seems focused on Double Or Nothing as AEW sends a big message to get things started for the company. The nervous excitement will soon pay off as Rhodes finds himself face-to-face with his brother in the ring.

Keep checking back to Ringside News as we will be covering all aspects of Double Or Nothing including the Rhodes Brothers’ highly anticipated contest.

Felix Upton

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