Cody Rhodes will always defend what he and The Elite have given to the world of professional wrestling.
A little over two years ago, All In, a professional wrestling pay-per-view performed by all major talent outside of WWE, took place and reshaped the immediate future of wrestling. For many, that event is now looked at as the pilot for what is now AEW, the first major competitor to WWE in 18 years since the demise of WCW and ECW.
Cody Rhodes, one of the men who self-funded the event along with Matt and Nick Jackson, recently defended the event from criticism online by somebody who believes that AEW is a low-point for the industry.
Cody, in his defense of the promotion, would say that he is proud that the industry was shaken up and the performers were able to be given a better quality of life.
I mean this day bettered the wrestling economy and QOL standards for an entire industry, so no matter which way you shake it...a great day in our history.— Cody (@CodyRhodes) December 21, 2020
(Not unlike the days Dream had those 3 initials on your mask white hot and fans got better wrestling and the boys got rich)
???— Cody (@CodyRhodes) December 21, 2020
It’s already been seen. Every company has had to up their financial commitment, duration, and QOL elements in their contracts.
Wrestlers and their families like to eat and expand their target audience from 1 promoter to millions of fans.
It’s the best time to be a fan.
Educating > cursing out people— Cody (@CodyRhodes) December 21, 2020
It’s the holidays.
Cody has an additional reason to be happy this holiday season as he and Brandi Rhodes have just announced that they are expecting their first child in 2021. Learn more here