Triple H shared a moment with he and Stephanie McMahon’s beautiful three daughters at WrestleMania 38, hugging them at ringside after his retirement promo.
Take care of him for us girls 🥺 pic.twitter.com/eBX1vUO5xk
— Ms. McMahon is Becca’s Girl! (@StephaniexBecca) April 4, 2022
The former AEW star Cody Rhodes finally made his return to WWE following numerous rumors and speculations. He was revealed as the mystery opponent of Seth Rollins on WrestleMania Saturday. Following a hard-fought back & forth battle, Rhodes got the win clean. During his previous run in the company he worked under the moniker of Stardust and he had a decent run alongside his brother, Goldust(now signed with AEW as Dustin Rhodes). But it turns out ‘The American Nightmare’ is not a fan of the gimmick.
Cody Rhodes did not want to return as Stardust
He sat down with Ariel Helwani of BT Sports to talk about his gimmick. Here is what he said:
“There wasn’t any true guarantees but there was a request. I never want to see Stardust ever again!”
Previously, after WrestleMania Saturday ended Rhodes joined in for a media scrum where he also confirmed earlier reports that several high-placed officials in WWE were adamant about him maintaining his AEW ring gear, theme music, pyro and persona.
“I remember saying, ‘I have to be me. It has to be Kingdom (theme music), it has to be the American Nightmare, all of it.’ To hear Vince say, ‘well, it’s not broke, that’s what we’re buying’ felt like vindication. It felt so good.
A press release also recently revealed that ‘The American Nightmare’ is serving as the Executive Producer to A& E’s “Biography: WWE Legends” documentary on his father, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes. The documentary was mentioned earlier as well, but the release from Rhodes’ team has confirmed that he will be the Executive Producer.