Cody Rhodes wants WWE to continue doing Starrcade.
He spoke to Busted Open Radio about the event that took place month. He knows his father was a big promoter in the 1980s, so him exploring his own options when it comes to promoting shows feels natural.
"It was in me that you take this game we're all involved in and you take wrestling and you leave it better than you found it" he said. "And my dad, everyone knows, yeah, three-time world champion. He was a great wrestler, but the part about my dad that I admired the most was his ability to promote, his sense for the big events. And, I don't know, maybe it was in my bones all along and I didn't know, but there's nothing to be afraid of in 2017, in 2018. What is there to be afraid of?"
When it comes to Starrcade, Cody was proud of his older brother Dustin's accomplishments that night. There's a bond between them that is special, and sometimes moments focus on him, but at the end of the day Starrcade was Dustin's accomplishment and he is happy for him.
"I was really proud of Dustin. [Bully Ray] know[s] more than anybody because [has has] seen we have a unique relationship." he said. "I love my brother and that was his moment and I have a tendency to want to make stuff about me a lot because Dusty is also my dad. But that was Dustin's moment and he got to live it, do it, and I'm very proud of him."
When asked if he wants to see another Starrcade happen, he replied in the affirmative.
"I hope they do Starrcade again and I hope they realize from the response it got it should be on the Network" he said. "It definitely created enough waves and just goodwill. It should be on the Network for sure."
Starrcade took place last month on November 25, which also had appearances from other NWA/WCW superstars. You can check out out full coverage here.