Thursday, August 29, 2019

Cody Rhodes Thanks WWE FOr What They Did For Him, Says AEW is Looking For Larger Arena For 2020 PPV

Cody Rhodes Thanks WWE FOr What They Did For Him, Talks AEW Looking For Larger Arena For 2020 PPV
During his appearance at Starrcast III, Cody Rhodes revealed that he had a very blunt conversation with WWE about what he wanted there.

He appreciates everything that WWE was able to give him, but he needed to go on and search out his own treasures in the pro wrestling world.

“I could break 1,000 thrones, I probably will, but I can never not appreciate what they did for me. I met Brandi there, I grew up there. It’s the house that built me. I took everything I could get and I let them know and we all know how that ended.”

“I let them know that there’s more to me than what you see and the only thing I can do is show you. You’re not letting me show you here. Mark Carrano said, ‘I’ll see ya next week.’ I said, ‘No you won’t.’ I never came back — I didn’t even sign my release papers which I think is illegal by the way, don’t tell anyone.”

Rhodes also revealed that AEW has been speaking to the United Center. The capacity of that building is listed as 23,500, but we’ll just have to see how AEW decides to set up the building.

If this plan ends up happening, it appears that AEW could be playing the United Center next Labor Day weekend.

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