Brandi Rhodes is all heart.
Brandi Rhodes began her in-ring career in 2011 signed to WWE's then-developmental brand Florida Championship Wrestling and after only having one match she was transitioned to a ring announcer role. Fast forwarding six years later and Rhodes made her in-ring debut for Ring Of Honor where she has become a home-stay in the company's Women Of Honor division. Brandi Rhodes was a part of the field of competitors who were vying for the opportunity to call themselves the first-ever Women Of Honor Champion but first had to make it through the Women Of Honor Championship tournament.
Rhodes lost in the quarter-finals of the aforementioned tournament but there was another dream of hers that awaited in the future and that was to wrestle in Japan and she did just that with the STARDOM promotion.
Over the weekend, Brandi announced that during her tour in Japan she suffered a shoulder injury but continued to compete with a beat-up shoulder.
Today, Brandi's husband, the former ROH World Champion Cody shared on social media that the "injured shoulder" turned out to be a broken clavicle and that Brandi has two separate fractures. To add, "The Dream of Nightmares" will need surgery due to the bone nudging into the muscle.