Brock Anderson carries on the family legacy.
On Friday's episode of AEW Dynamite, Brock Anderson, the son of Arn Anderson, made his wrestling debut. Brock teamed with Cody Rhodes in tag team competition against Aaron Solow & QT Marshall. Brock worked the early portion of the match before being isolated by Marshall & Solow. Brock would hit a DDT and then make the hot tag to Cody.
Brock and Cody would picked up the victory with Brock hitting a jacknife pin on Solow for the three count. After the match, Brock was embraced by his father Arn.
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It was reported in January that Brock was training to become a pro wrestler. Anderson played high school football and was the 94th ranked graduating linebacker in North Carolina and the 904th ranked graduating linebacker in the nation.
As for Cody, while this match was taped, it was his first televised match since the birth of his and Brandi's daughter Liberty, which was announced on Friday morning.
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