Ronda Rousey Spoils AEW Star Going To WWE

Cody Rhodes was one of the highlights of AEW television as he immediately made an impact in the company. He even competed in the first-ever match on AEW Dynamite against Sammy Guevara, which he won. In addition, many long-time fans of All Elite Wrestling called Cody Rhodes match against his brother, Dustin at AEW’s inaugural pay-per-view event back in 2019 not only one of Cody’s best but one of the company’s best in its short infancy.



It was announced that Cody and his wife Brandi Rhodes had parted with the company after working there for over three years. This was seen as a shocking move as their departures came out of the left field and many fans expected to see them involved in more storylines as well.

After a lot of speculation, Cody Rhodes finally signed a contract with WWE a couple of weeks ago. Ronda Rousey herself made her return to WWE television after an absence of almost three years, during this year’s Royal Rumble.

Ronda Rousey recently spoke on a Facebook Gaming stream, where she talked about the possibility of Seth Rollins facing off against Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 38. Rousey said that she is very excited at the possibility of the two facing off against each other.

“Or the possibility of Seth (Rollins) and Cody (Rhodes). I’m excited about the possibility. I never got to see Cody wrestle live. He left right before I got there.”

h/t POST Wrestling

WWE Monday Night Raw was held this past week in Chicago, Illinois – which is another known hotbed for All Elite Wrestling. The week prior, Raw was held in the home of AEW – Jacksonville, Florida. During this week’s show, Seth Rollins would address the rumors that Cody Rhodes would be allegedly be coming to WWE after the chants in the arena that night was simply too over-the-top loud.

It should be noted that Rollins is currently without a path to WWE Wrestlemania 38 as he lost to fellow former WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens last week for the right to interview WWE icon ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin. Rollins would state: “Rumors are a lot of fun, but rumors don’t make moments and I am living for my WrestleMania moment.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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