Dustin Rhodes has no plans to retire any time soon.
Rhodes, who has been wrestling for several decades, was asked on Twitter if he planned on retiring and he responded with an emphatic "Fuck No."
Any retirement plans ?— Dr Tasveer Hussain (@tasveer_dr) October 13, 2020
Fuck no https://t.co/aBZpQpUWeh— Dustin Rhodes (@dustinrhodes) October 13, 2020
Rhodes has wrestled for a number of promotions in his long, long career from WWE to WCW to TNA and now AEW with his brother Cody. Rhodes is currently a part of the Nightmare Family and has been teaming with QT Marshall on a number of occasions, even challenging for the AEW World Tag Team Titles back in June.
In addition to his tag team run, Rhodes has also been wrestling as a singles competitor at times. Rhodes previously challenged for the TNT Title against Brodie Lee on the September 9 episode of Dynamite, but was unsuccessful.