Brandi and Cody Rhodes welcomes their daughter Liberty Iris Runnels in June, but their daughter came during a rather inconvenient moment. That didn’t take away from the happiness that the couple certainly felt when welcoming their daughter into the world.

During an interview with WrestleJoy, Brandi Rhodes talked about their upcoming reality television show, Rhodes To The Top, and the company’s flourishing women-centric Heels community. She also revealed that Liberty Iris came while Brandi was on an AEW heels call.

“I had no idea what was going to happen, but I did know there was a need for it. When you sit back and watch the wrestling community, you see these pockets begin to form of passionate fans who are excited to talk about things. I wanted to create a space for people to flourish together, expand their thinking, and have a lot of fun. That’s the great thing about a community like this, you can get together and explore in the fun. You don’t want to do that by yourself. I could watch a Disney movie by myself and have a good time, but if I go to Disneyland with like minded people it’s a completely different experience.”

“I went into labor on a Heels call, which is pretty crazy. I was filming for Rhodes To The Top that day, and I had considerably slowed down at the end of pregnancy. One of the producers had just had a baby with his wife two weeks prior. So he was watching me, and kept stopping the cameras saying, ‘Hey Brandi, I need to talk to you, are you okay?’ and I kept brushing it off as everything was normal.

Brandi Rhodes doesn’t appear on AEW television as much as she once did, but that could change down the line. We’ll have to see what’s next for the Nightmare Family, but fans are likely to get a very candid look once their reality television show drops.

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