Cody Rhodes has transitioned from a mere jobber into one of the biggest WWE superstars of this generation, elevating his presence further after dethroning Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Championship.

Rhodes is regarded not only as a great in-performer, but a remarkable individual as well serving as an inspiration to many fans across the globe. Much like he has done for many of his fans, he decided to reach out to another little girl who got scammed at the expense of his name.

It was reported by 13 Action News that an 11-year-old girl, Malaysia Forbes who is a special needs case and also a big Cody Rhodes fan was scammed by a fake account of the American Nightmare on Facebook for $300. Moreover, due to being a special needs child, she even refused to believe that it was not Cody Rhodes as disclosed by her mother.

The current WWE champion saw her plight and took to his official X to respond to his fans amidst the scam. Rhodes made it clear that he doesn’t have a Facebook account and promised to send a video for her. Moreover, Rhodes even offered to sponsor WWE show tickets for a show near her so that she could fulfill her wish of meeting her.


“What a little angel! ♥️ No Facebook for me. I’ll send a video – and let me know if we get near you on the map, you guys come to the show and I can say hello! Tix on me.”

On his wrestling front, Cody Rhodes is set to battle AJ Styles with his title at stake at WWE’s upcoming PLE, Backlash France with their match made official last week and looking to be one of the most enthralling WWE showdowns of all time.

What are your thoughts on Cody Rhodes reaching out to a young fan who got scammed? Sound off in the comments!

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