Cody Rhodes has indeed established himself as a figure who resonates strongly with fans. His ability to connect with the audience sets him apart within WWE, making him a unique and relatable personality in the eyes of many. Now, Rhodes shared a wholesome moment with a young fan during a recent WWE live event.

The American Nightmare stands out as one of WWE’s prominent babyfaces, consistently attracting fans of all ages. His reputation is built on a track record of consistently exceeding fan expectations and being willing to extend a helping hand whenever possible.

Cody Rhodes recently competed at the WWE live event in Montgomery, where he squared off against Shinsuke Nakamura in a Bullrope match. He would pick up the win as well.

Following his win, Cody Rhodes met up with young fan in the ring, who was completely decked out in Cody Rhodes’ gear. Rhodes made sure fans cheered on for the young fan, even asking him who his favorite WWE Superstar was. Naturally, he would name Cody Rhodes.


What’s your name, bud? You guys here that, let’s hear it for Harrison. I’m worried this is gonna go wrong, but I’m gonna ask you anyways – who’s your favorite wrestler? [Cody Rhodes] Very nice meeting you my friend, let’s hear it for Harrison.”

Rhodes also made a fan’s dream come true recently. Cody Rhodes remains unfazed by the possibility of The Rock taking away his WrestleMania main event spot. It remains to be seen whether The American Nightmare will be able to finish his story this year at WrestleMania 40.

What do you think of this wholesome interaction between Cody Rhodes and the young fan? Is he truly WWE’s best babyface right now? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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