All Elite Wrestling, aside from the Matt Hardy incident at All Out, appears to be on a pretty good roll right now.
They hit one million viewers on Dynamite, they’ve introduced Miro fka Rusev to the roster, and they’re continuing to churn out world class matches on a week by week basis.
One man who has been there to witness their rise to prominence is veteran Dustin Rhodes.
Very proud of the crew at @AEWrestling!! We continue to strive each week with compelling, physical and emotional shows. We wrestle our asses off because we are passionate about it. Make no mistake, we bad to the bone! #AllInWithAllElite Thank you all! DR
It does feel as if the only way is up for All Elite Wrestling, and Dustin Rhodes is going to keep playing a big role in that long after he retires from in-ring competition.
He could play more of a behind the the scenes role, he could be a trainer, or he could even be an on-screen manager of some kind – the sky really is the limit.