Mustafa Ali made an impressive debut on the WWE main roster a few years ago. Fans were captivated by his in-ring charisma and had high expectations for him, but he failed to hold onto that. Following his WWE release back, Ali announced his world tour campaign for 2024. It seems, Cody Rhodes has something to say about that.

Since Ali’s release back in September 2023, he has started competing in various wrestling companies in the independent circuit around the world. He recently took to Twitter/X to share some insights on his successful world tour campaign. He celebrated the success of his tour by mentioning the sell-out shows and strategic alliances with NJPW and TNA.

“in one month: every single show consecutively sold out, record breaking attendance for promotions, strategic alliances with TNA and NJPW, and most importantly, giving you a reason to believe that IN ALI WE TRUST.”

In response, WWE star Cody Rhodes expressed his happiness for Ali’s awesome achievements. He encouraged Ali to push his goals further and prove the doubters wrong. Ali then responded by emphasizing that he wants to write his own story and urged Rhodes to ensure he finishes his.

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Rhodes: “So happy for you. Move your own goal posts further and further back – they’ll doubt you, but leave em’ the receipts!”

Ali: “get to write my story. you make sure you finish yours!”

Ali’s announcement about leaving WWE shocked fans all over the world. However, no longer tied down by WWE’s strict regime and restrictive workplace, fans will finally get to see Ali in a way that he originally envisioned. Meanwhile, stay tuned to Ringside News for more updates.

Did you catch any of Ali’s shows recently? What’s your impression of his world tour? Let us know in the comments.

Tags: Cody Rhodes
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