Brock Anderson never forgets the efforts that people make for him. Arn Anderson’s son recently gave credit to Cody Rhodes for calming him before his debut.

In June 2021, Brock Anderson debuted in professional wrestling, partnering with Cody Rhodes to take on The Factory’s Aaron Solow & QT Marshall.

While Anderson and Rhodes triumphed on “AEW Dynamite,” he has said that he was anxious beforehand. He said two things helped him, one of which is a wrestler. While speaking about the event on The Family Business w/ Kerry Morton, Brock Anderson shed some light onto how much Cody Rhodes was there for him.

“Two things saved me that night. This was COVID era AEW, so we’re in Jacksonville … this was the taped show so we only had the extra wrestlers there just to provide crowd noise. If this would’ve been, if I would’ve started say, today, this would’ve been my first match in front of a full house, I’d have been yacking my brains out backstage with nerves … The second thing was having Cody as a partner He is probably, arguably the hottest wrestler in the business until unfortunately his pec and he’s deserved the spot he’s in right now.”


Anderson also brought up Cody Rhodes’ torn pectoral, which occurred before his Hell in a Cell battle against Seth Rollins. In spite of that injury, the “American Nightmare” competed and triumphed in the horrific match. Obviously, Brock Anderson is still paying attention to Cody Rhodes, no matter where he is. For further updates, stay tuned to Ringside News.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She is an enthusiastic and determined young woman, with a passion for writing about current events and news. Muskan began writing for Ringside News in December 2021, bringing her unique perspective and insights to the world of professional wrestling. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, exploring new places, and immersing herself in different cultures.

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