Dustin Rhodes Was Not At Supercard Of Honor, Remains Available For Whatever Tony Khan Needs For ROH

Dustin Rhodes is uncertain of his status as it pertains to the Ring of Honor brand but is available for anything that Tony Khan may need.

Dustin Rhodes is a key component of the backstage environment in AEW. Specifically, he works with the women's division frequently. Tony Khan now owns the Ring of Honor brand as well and ahead of the Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view, Dustin Rhodes is addressing his status with the promotion, revealing that he was not at the Supercard of Honor show in April.

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"I'm not sure because I wasn't at the last one. But, you know, if Tony needs me to go and coach some of the matches, I would love to," said Rhodes on Sports Guy's Talk Wrestling. "Samoa Joe's back, you're gonna see Samoa Joe, which is a big fan favorite. I love him to death, man. I've watched him for a long, long time. Anything that he does is always special. So that's going to be a special moment for him. Ring of Honor is just kind of getting back started out right. We've had the one pay-per-view, it did well. Getting ready to have the second one here. I'm anxious to see where it goes, where it leads, as far as if it's ever gonna go [back to a] weekly basis or TV or what. It's still kind of — I have no idea what Tony's planning."

Death Before Dishonor will take place on Saturday, July 23 live on pay-per-view and Bleacher Report. Fans can check out the full card here.

In the past, Tony Khan has spoken about his desires to see Ring of Honor return to a weekly television format and is discussing a wide variety of potential media outlets for the brand. Learn more here.

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