WWE has fans all over the world, and Money in the Bank saw the company travel across the pond to set up a big event. That also included a riled-up UK fan base, who were super excited about the action.

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UK fans are known for their innovative chants during pro wrestling events. Money in the Bank was no exception. During the press conference after Money in the Bank, Cody Rhodes was asked about those creative, and sometimes vulgar, chants.

Cody Rhodes said that he disagrees with his father, Dusty Rhodes, because “if the crowd wants to play, let them.” Cody Rhodes then said that some of the chants might not be acceptable for his younger fans, so he asked fans to possibly tone it down if they get a WrestleMania event.


Rhodes then said that “everywhere is different,” so when a crowd like the UK fans comes along, “it’s special.” The American Nightmare then admitted that he has to ask what UK fans are chanting sometimes to find out if they’re mad at him.

We’ll have to see if WWE gets a WrestleMania event. If anything, those UK fans are certainly waiting for the next big pro wrestling event.

Do you like UK fan chants? Do you think they’re too vulgar? Sound off in the comments!

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