Cody Rhodes Faces First Singles Loss Since May 2023

Cody Rhodes Faces First Singles Loss Since May 2023

Cody Rhodes Faces First Singles Loss Since May 2023 – In a shocking turn of events, Drew McIntyre emerged victorious over Cody Rhodes in a highly anticipated matchup that kicked off the February 19 episode of Raw. The clash between these two titans kept fans on the edge of their seats for nearly twenty minutes, with both competitors showcasing their immense skill and determination. However, it was McIntyre who sealed the deal, delivering a devastating Claymore kick to Rhodes just moments after interference from Solo Sikoa, who struck Rhodes with a Samoan Spike (see below).

Rhodes, who had not suffered a televised singles loss since his encounter with Brock Lesnar at the Night Of Champions premium live event in May 2023, faced an unexpected setback at the hands of McIntyre. Meanwhile, McIntyre’s triumph extended his undefeated streak as a singles competitor in 2024, further solidifying his dominance in the ring.

Following the match, Rhodes was seen backstage receiving medical attention when he was unexpectedly visited by Seth Rollins. A tense exchange ensued between the two, culminating in Rollins patting Rhodes on the leg before departing, leaving fans speculating about the implications of their interaction.

As McIntyre gears up for the Men’s Elimination Chamber at the upcoming Elimination Chamber premium live event, the fallout from his victory over Rhodes promises to have significant repercussions. Additionally, fans can anticipate intriguing developments as Rhodes and Rollins are scheduled to appear on The Grayson Waller Effect, setting the stage for further drama and excitement in the WWE universe.

Cody Rhodes Faces First Singles Loss Since May 2023

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