WrestleMania 38 Script Leaks Shocking Return

The former AEW EVP Cody Rhodes and former Chief Brand Officer Brandi Rhodes recently left the company for a painful reason. It has been speculated that they could be signing with WWE and even work WrestleMania 38 which is just less than a month away. Recently a new report has emerged regarding his potential status for the upcoming WWE marquee event. Even ‘The American Nightmare’ himself dropped hints on his return to the company. A report stated that the company is interested in bringing him in and the creative team is currently working on plans for him.



Cody Rhodes could return at WrestleMania 38

There is a lot of speculation about his possible return to the company. His return at WrestleMania 38 will be a huge one if that happens. Many have also speculated that the RAW after The Show of Shows is the perfect place to re-debut the former Intercontinental Champion. According to a WWE creative writer who spoke with RSN, as of now, Cody Rhodes is scheduled for WrestleMania as per the “internal documents”:

“I know what’s scheduled for Cody for Mania, and that it’s still on the list. If it’s changed, no one has told us yet or corrected the internal documents. Cody, as of an hour ago, still on internal documents for WrestleMania,” stated the report.

AEW star Wardlow recently spoke to Nick Hausman on The Wrestling Inc. Daily about Cody Rhodes leaving AEW.DUring the conversation he admitted that he was confused by the developments that led to Cody’s departure. He had also admitting it is weird to not see him behind the scenes anymore.

“I was very taken back, I still am very confused about the whole thing,” he said. “It’s very weird not having his presence backstage. And I will just say this briefly, as far as Cody goes. I know there’s a lot of people that have negative things to say about him, for the few years I have known him and interacted with him, I have had nothing but the best interactions with him.”

We will see what is next for Cody Rhodes.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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