Cody Rhodes has made an announcement regarding his participation at the Double Or Nothing pay-per-view on Sunday, May 30.
Recently, Cody Rhodes has been feuding with QT Marshall and The Factory. Last week, Cody defeated QT Marshall but was quickly on the receiving end of a punch to the solar plexus by Anthony Ogogo. After he punched him, he draped the Union Jack over him.
This week, Cody Rhodes revealed what he would be doing at the pay-per-view. Cody Rhodes said that the idea of patriotism is currently turbulent but he has never lost his pride in being an American. Following references to Willie Nelson, his soon-to-be-born daughter, and success stories of immigrants coming to America and making their lives and the lives of everyone around them better, he challenged Anthony Ogogo to a singles match at the upcoming pay-per-view but for one night only, he will be going under the alias that his father carried so proudly for decades. For one night only, Cody Rhodes will call himself The American Dream.
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