Cody Rhodes reveals what happened before his WrestleMania 38 debut. At WrestleMania 38, Cody Rhodes made a spectacular WWE comeback. Following his match, he talked up about the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
The American Nightmare returns to the business as a surprise opponent for Seth Rollins. Fans erupted in a frenzy as they greeted the prodigal son with thunderous applause. Both men engaged in a physical brawl that ended with The Architect’s loss.
Cody Rhodes Wrestlemania 38 Entrance
During a recent interview with The Ringer Wrestling Show, Cody spoke up about the entire process and revealed previously unknown facts regarding his comeback at WrestleMania.
He claimed that he never saw the audience and that he confronted almost 77,000 WWE fans just before his match. Cody stated unequivocally that this is a sensation that he would pursue for the rest of his life.
He also recalled how he used to be someone who was not on the card and had a lot of skeptics. The American Nightmare took a break to create as much noise as he could before returning to the same folks who now admire him. This transformation gave him a sense of vindication, which he welcomed. Cody Rhodes went on to remark, “
Why did Cody Rhodes leave AEW?
On Saturday night, Cody Rhodes made his victorious comeback to the WWE by beating Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 38. Rhodes abruptly left All Elite Wrestling less than two months prior, and aside from his goodbye message, he has been mum about his choice. Variety published an exclusive interview with “The American Nightmare” just as Rhodes was going down the ring. Midway through the conversation, he finally mentioned quitting the firm he helped build.
“I opted to keep my mouth shut regarding my departure from AEW, and I intend to do so,” Rhodes stated. “There isn’t going to be a shoot interview.” There isn’t going to be any malicious story told. There were a plethora of theories, none of which were right. There was talk about money and creative control, for example. They were printed as fact, and it’s taken me two months to realize that while the truth is that it was the only time. We couldn’t get over that since it was a personal issue. Matt [Jackson], Nick [Jackson], and Kenny [Omega] are all people I admire. Tony Khan has my support. His name will go down in history as someone who helped fund and supports the entire alternative and revolution that AEW became, but it was time for me to move on. I get a chance at my dream, and I get a second chance at it. And with that, you can’t afford to leave any stone unturned.”
He also revealed what his interactions with Vince McMahon were like when he agreed to return to the organization he departed in 2016.
“I told Vince McMahon, Bruce Prichard, and Nick Kahn — this little group of people — what I honestly feel, which is that I am the finest wrestler on the planet. To take it a step further, I don’t believe there is a close second. But, with that stated, the chance to prove it now exists, and that is what I’m most enthusiastic about “According to Rhodes.
He said, “It’s an entirely new guy returning to the game.” “It’s a unique brand.” It’s someone who’s seen the highs and lows of indie wrestling, as well as traveled overseas and interacted with the fans that keep the ship afloat. But, a different person or not, I’m still that young kid who wants what my father didn’t receive, and I’m not going to say it out loud because I don’t want to jinx it. But, you know, he went to Madison Square Garden and stood opposite Superstar Billy Graham, holding my goal in his hands, and it was taken away because of the match’s context. I