For anyone wondering how Cody Rhodes debuted Monday Night Raw In so many years, we didn’t have to wait long to find out. This year’s “Raw After Mania” show opens tonight (April 4, 2022) at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
For what it’s worth, it looks like this slowly and appropriately exciting bullish platform entry is here to stay.
Rhodes, who has been cheered as an omnipotent champion by fans and is referred to as the prodigal son through commentary, grabbed a microphone and said it wasn’t a difficult decision to return to WWE at all. There was a lot of talk, many theories that were far from the norm, but it all came back to one thing.
The title that his father, his champion, failed to do in 1977, and so did many WWE superstars. He told a story about Dusty Rhodes not getting the title because he won the countdown, and then vowed, when he was an eight-year-old boy, that he’d bring that title home later and put it in front of Dusty. So that no one will take it away from him.
But then that dream died.
Or did you do that?
He can put that title in front of Dusty Rhodes anymore, but he can put it around the middle of his son, “The American Nightmare.”
He was rewarded with loud cheers and “you can do” cheers from the live audience.
“With that in mind, break the silence, and my intentions are clear. …I stand before you ready, at last ready, and I will do it. I will give the distinction my family has long forbidden. And I will do it for you, and I will do it for me, and I will do it for my family.” , and I will do it for the “American Dream,” Dusty Rhodes.
Cue Seth Rollins.
Dripping in a pink suit, he danced and made his way to the ring, where Cody reached out to him and Rollins shook it laughing. He seemed to say “Welcome home,” and the comment painted it as a sign of respect.
or was it?
I think the main thing that’s going to come out of this is, well, we’ll see already, right?
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