The biggest rumor related to American pro-wrestling in recent weeks is certainly that of the return in the company of Cody Rhodes, the youngest son of Dusty Rhodes, the legendary athlete of the WWE Hall of Fame who died a few years ago, who after leaving the All Elite Wrestling, would have dangerously reconnected with his former federation, WWE McMahon.
After leaving the Stamford company several years ago, Cody Rhodes together with other important wrestlers in the independent sector such as the Young Bucks, Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho, wanted to open and launch another pro-wrestling reality, by force economic that only Tony Khan and his family were able to give to the boys, thus opening the All Elite Wrestling.
After two years of ever greater successes, including the arrivals of athletes of the caliber of CM Punk, returned after years to the ring only with the AEW and the changes from WWE to AEW of Bryan Danielson, Andrade, Adam Cole and the Hardy Boys, Cody he decided to end his journey with the Khan family, preferring a new future for him and his wife.
Now it finally seems to be official, Cody's signing with the McMahons, arrived after weeks and weeks of negotiations between the two parties, with several colleagues who are over the moon for the news, not yet formalized by the company.
In her latest gaming session resumed on her Facebook account, the Baddest Woman on the Planet also wanted to have her say on Cody Rhodes' likely landing at Wrestlemania 38, with the winner of this year's Royal Rumble female who will fight against Charlotte Flair in that of Mania, who in fact stated: "Or maybe a chance to see Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes.
I am really excited by this possibility. I've never had a chance to see Cody fight live. He left the company right before I arrived."
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