Dustin Rhodes isn't done wrestling, but hopes to one day share his knowledge by running a wrestling school.
While filming for the movie Cutter Bill, Rhodes spoke with Steel Chair Magazine to talk about AEW and was about potentially opening an AEW wrestling school. While the thought of running a wrestling school intrigues him, Rhodes said he has not spoken to AEW President Tony Khan about the subject.
"I have not spoken to him about it, but I will have one, one day... AEW on TNT is exciting. Glad to be along for the ride and to pass on my knowledge to the ones that want help," Rhodes said.
As for his thoughts on AEW's success so far, Rhodes believes the company will do very well, thanking the fanbase for the support. Even at 50 years old, Rhodes doesn't believe that he's done wrestling, saying that he knows his body limitations and still wants to keep wrestling.
"From what I can see, AEW is going to be huge. They are already breaking sell-out records, and their fanbase is strong. Gonna be a fun ride if you're on the train. And as always, thank you," Rhodes said.
Rhodes competed on AEW's Double or Nothing show back in May, losing to his brother Cody, but then teamed with him in a loss to The Young Bucks at Fight for the Fallen in July. The full interview can be read in the article at this link.