WWE WrestleMania 40 Sunday etched itself into history books as the day Cody Rhodes concluded his narrative by clinching the title of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Intriguingly, he has now broached the topic of altering the design for the championship belt.

The main event of WrestleMania 40 spotlighted one of the most anticipated clashes of the entire card. Cody Rhodes fearlessly challenged Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in a gripping showdown fraught with high stakes.

Against all odds, The American Nightmare emerged victorious over The Tribal Chief, with pivotal assistance from the likes of John Cena and The Undertaker. During recent appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Cody Rhodes fielded questions about the possibility of changing the title design for his newly acquired Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Rhodes clarified that he lacks authority over such decisions, as they fall under the purview of Triple H. Nonetheless, he expressed his desire to revive the Winged Eagle World Title, a sentiment resonating with many fans.


“However, I had changed a title previously in the past. I am not in charge of anything. I am not longer an EVP. I have no stroke over anything except for being the champion.”

“I think it would be special to see a championship, one that I grew up on. They know what I’m talking about. I get I’m not in charge of anything. Triple H is in charge of everything but you guys are right. The winged eagle. If it doesn’t happen, don’t get mad at me. I will do what I did last time and I’m going to try my best.”

This isn’t the first instance where Cody Rhodes has broached the subject of altering the title belt. As such, only time will reveal whether fans will witness the triumphant return of the Winged Eagle Championship to WWE television.

Do you share Cody Rhodes’ enthusiasm for resurrecting the Winged Eagle Championship? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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