AEW is just getting started. Their All Out pay-per-view is one week away and fans are eagerly awaiting the company’s October 2nd TNT debut. Dustin Rhodes is always thinking ahead as well.
While speaking to Steel Chair Magazine, Dustin Rhodes revealed that he would like to open an AEW wrestling school. He might not know how many more matches he has left, but there is a wealth of knowledge that he could share with anyone looking to begin their pro wrestling journey.
“I have not spoken to him about it, but I will have one, one day… AEW on TNT is exciting. Glad to be along for the ride and to pass on my knowledge to the ones that want help,”
Dustin Rhodes hasn’t had a chance to speak to Tony Khan about this subject just yet, but Khan is a very busy man. Perhaps once AEW gets the wheels in motion they can approach an idea of training future stars, and they won’t have to look far for a great coach.