Brandi Rhodes made herself a name in pro wrestling when being paired with her husband Cody as a valet, competitor, and even an executive during the early days of AEW. Now, after time off from having a child, it seems she wants to get back in the ring.

PW Insider has confirmed that Brandi wrestled at a closed event this past Friday at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. It’s unknown who she wrestled and why she was there.

Rhodes wrestled during an in-house live event inside the WWE Performance Center.  WWE NXT regularly holds live cards on Fridays to give developmental talents a chance to perform and improve. confirmed Rhodes worked in the ring last week but not the match she was involves in.  Rhodes is not currently listed internally on the WWE NXT roster.


Sean Sapp went on to provide more detils behind Fightful’s paywall. It seems that she worked a match, but we’re not sure who her opponent was.

Brandi Rhodes was at the WWE Performance Center recently. While we haven’t heard that she’s signed any deal with the company one way or another, it wasn’t simply for a visit. We’re told that Brandi competed in a match at a PC Live event. We don’t have details on who she faced, but it was said to have been a “newer talent,” though we’re working to confirm that. The event took place August 12, and she was seen at the PC prior to that. 

Currently, it’s unknown if Brandi signed a contract with WWE in any capacity. We will monitor the situation. Brandi’s husband, “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes, is recovering from a torn pec injury.

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