Cody Rhodes Says "I Should Have Never Joined Bullet Club," Releases Apology To Young Bucks

Cody Rhodes was never going to play second to Kenny Omega. 

Since joining the Bullet Club, Cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega have been at odds which will culminate in a match between Rhodes and Omega at Ring of Honor Supercard of Honor XII. At a press conference following his match at Strong Style Evolved, Rhodes said there has been something fundamentally wrong with his relationship with Omega

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"Very unlikely we will reconcile," said Rhodes. "Jim Ross actually said this earlier and he's probably the most astute when it comes to this topic: I should have never joined bullet club. Not that I'm not having the time of my life, not that I'm not having fun and I made friends but I was never going to be second to anybody ever. I was second to Randy Orton early on in my career and learned through that. You don't do it again. You don't go back to elementary school," he continued.  

During the interview, Rhodes was asking himself questions, pulling others in front of the camera, and conferring with his wife on how he should word answers. 

In addition, Cody released a statement on Monday morning, apologizing for shoving Nick Jackson. Cody grew frustrated with The Young Bucks after they lost in the Strong Style Evolved main event to Kota Ibushi and Kenny Omega. After going off on Matt Jackson, Cody shoved Nick to the mat, only to be interrupted by an intervening Kenny Omega. 

Fightful Wrestling had live coverage and a recapping podcast for Strong Style Evolved, and the same will be available for Supercard of Honor XII where Rhodes and Omega have a match scheduled. 

The full interview can be seen at Will Pruett's YouTube channel or the video above. 

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