Cody Rhodes says there's almost no chance of him returning to villainous ways.
Cody Rhodes, for the majority of his run in WWE, was a villain. Whether it was as a member of Legacy, Dashing, walking around with paper bags, mustachioed, or as Stardust, Cody Rhodes often played the bad guy on TV.
After he left WWE, Cody once again found success as a villain as the man who was trying to facilitate the split of Bullet Club, even wrestling Kenny Omega for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship during a G1 USA special event.
Eventually, the fans rallied around Cody Rhodes, enjoying his Charisma and his work with The Elite. Now, as one of the EVPs of AEW, Cody is also one of the top Good Guys in his promotion and while the other EVPs are rallying around each other and embracing their former selfish ways, Cody Rhodes says for him to turn heel right now would be asinine as he feels he would force himself to go against the natural will of the audience.
Literally almost no chance my friend. After a decade of honing my skills at this, and the last 3 - 4 years of such a strong and growing connection with my fans...I’d be a fool to throw it away and swim upstream.— Cody (@CodyRhodes) April 16, 2021
Currently, Cody Rhodes is dealing with the betrayal of QT Marshall and The Factory on AEW television, more evidence of Rhodes losing the friends he’s made along the way.
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