Cody Rhodes is known for his work on the microphone, and his move set in the ring. It turns out that a couple of those moves were actually taken from other legends that the American Nightmare looks up to.

Cody Rhodes is currently primed and ready to take on Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. Although their match is slated to have a violent stipulation, none has been announced yet. Also, Cody Rhodes was recently spotted with an arm sling.

Sean Sapp posted a rundown from his interview with Cody Rhodes. The whole interview will drop on July 31st, but one interesting snippet came when Cody Rhodes revealed that he has jacked moves from Booker T and Jerry Lynn. He did not reveal which moves he was talking about in the interview summary.

Sean asked Cody about some of the moves he’s performed in the ring and mentioned how he sometimes uses Dustin’s uppercut. Sean asked if it was done as a homage to other wrestlers. Cody said Booker T and Jerry Lynn as two others he’s used moves from.


Cody Rhodes also revealed that he might have had something to do with WWE introducing media scrums after big pay-per-view evens. Only time will tell what comes up in the future that the American Nightmare can also take credit from.

WWE might not be the same place it is today without Cody Rhodes. At the same time, we also have to wonder what Cody Rhodes would be doing in AEW right now. After all, he lost a match pretty early into the company that prohibited him from ever getting another World Title shot.

What’s your take on Cody Rhodes’ situation with WWE, and are you glad he took a chance and came back? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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