Cody Rhodes’ return to WWE at WrestleMania 38 was a remarkable and highly anticipated comeback, generating a buzz amongst fans. Despite a prolonged absence from the ring due to injury, Rhodes wasted no time in re-establishing himself as a prominent figure in the company. He made a triumphant return at the Royal Rumble just last month, further cementing his status as a WWE superstar.
Cody Rhodes’ wrestling journey has been a significant one. After departing from WWE in 2016, he ground through the independent wrestling scene, honing his craft and gaining valuable experience. In 2019, he co-founded All Elite Wrestling, which quickly emerged as a major player in the wrestling industry.
Cody Rhodes’ determination and hard work have been instrumental in his success, and his story serves as an inspiration to many aspiring wrestlers. He continues to inspire people even now.
While speaking to Peter Rosenberg on Hot 97, Cody Rhodes stated that he hopes to honor all the independent promotions he worked for during his WrestleMania match by wearing a weight belt with all their logos.
“Small spoiler, I guess, I was trying to come up with this idea for a weight belt for a very specific P.L.E. or pay-per-view, whatever you wanna call it where I wrote everybody independent promotion I worked at on it, because that was the most important thing I did was this connection with these fans and getting to know them and grassroots and that became really my bread and butter.”
Cody Rhodes is set to challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed Universal Championship in the main event of WrestleMania 39. We will have to wait and see whether Rhodes can win the match. It is likely that the match will take place on Night Two of the event, which will serve as a fitting end for the Show of Shows.
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