Goldust wishes nothing but the best for his brother Cody in his new venture.
WWE Superstar Goldust has been very supportive of Cody as his brother as he's tried to carve out his own path in wrestling. Recently, Goldust revealed that Cody asked him to be part of All In, but he had to turn down the opportunity as he is under contract with WWE. Cody and the Young Bucks parlayed the success of All In into their own wrestling company; All Elite Wrestling. The company was officially announced on New Year's Day. And Goldust took to social media to publicly support his brother.
Want to take this time to say just how proud I am of @CodyRhodes . My brother has everything our father had. He has learned so much about being a wrestler, a business man, and an entertainer. He will bring it, in this huge venture he has created. #BestOfLuck #AEW. Love ya brother— Dustin Rhodes (@Goldust) January 2, 2019
Cody and the Bucks will serve as Co-Executive Vice Presidents of AEW. Cody issued a statement on his new role in wrestling, which you can view here.
More details about AEW are expected to be announced on Jan. 8 at a rally in Jacksonville.