Cody Rhodes has remarkable ability to connect with fans on a profound level, a quality that sets him apart in WWE. Recently, he offered to help out a fan who faced racist attacks at a WWE UK live event.

Rhodes consistently puts fan interactions first at WWE shows. He takes time to greet, sign autographs, and pose for photos with supporters. His friendly approach makes a lasting impression, highlighting the importance of meaningful connections and ensuring fans feel truly appreciated and cherished.

A fan took to Twitter and shared a harrowing experience at the London UK live event, where she didn’t get front row seats despite paying for them and she was subsequently kicked out after facing racist attacks and verbal abuse from a drunk woman.

“I booked my tickets in November and specifically selected the first row as I’m short and can’t see otherwise. It’s no one else’s job to accommodate my height but me. I paid extra for this. When I arrived, I was in the second row from front with a magic AA row just appearing. Rightfully so I was upset about this as I PAID to be in front row, and if more tickets are added, they should be added behind not in front without informing the individual in the front row. I calmly and politely explained this to a staff and they said there’s nothing they can do despite there being free seats front row and me not being able to say shit which isn’t ‘their problem’. I was stuck behind a 6’3 “geezer, so I couldn’t see the show at all. There was also a snobby drunk woman 2 row to the left in front of me who kept making snarly comments at me and bullying me. I have every right to be upset about the situation,and I have every right to speak during the show without being shushed by a drunk woman. She got into my face all throughout the night screaming things like ‘go back to your s*** hole,’ ‘stop causing trouble,’ ‘no one wants to hear you, disgusting piece of s*** ,’ and many more.


The staff witnessed and heard this but did nothing about it. I broke down into tears and had multiple panic attacks during the event as I felt very overwhelmed by the situation. The staff again saw this but did nothing. During the main event during Cody’s entrance, I stood on my chair as it was the only way I was going to see, and no one was going to help me. I got pushed by fans behind me because they couldn’t see, but it wasn’t an issue when I couldn’t see the whole time. This staff member ran faster than Usain Bolt when I got on my chair and started screaming and verbally abusing me. I directly told him it’s not my problem if people couldn’t see the way he did to me, but I got kicked out of the arena. The drunk woman continued to keep shushing me, and I bite back and said, ‘Don’t tell me what to do,’ and she replied: ‘Or what?’ and came to attack me. The staff did nothing. I made a formal complaint until 1 am to the O2 about this, and now it’s under investigation.”

Cody Rhodes took to Twitter and noticed this harrowing incident and asked for the address of the fan so that he could make things right for the fan and apologized she had gone through such an ordeal.

”Get us a mailing addy and we can send some goods! Her jacket was GREAT, sorry about that experience.”

Cody Rhodes also made a young fan’s day during previous WWE live event as well. Nevertheless, fans will continue to love The American Nightmare no matter what and that is all that matters.

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