WWE's Monday announcement that the WCW classic show Starrcade would return in November drew praise from many -- except the family of the show's creator, Dusty Rhodes.
Brandi Rhodes, who is the daughter-in-law of the late Dusty, took to Twitter Monday and criticized WWE for the move. Brandi performed for the company for years as a ring announcer, and later defended her comments after being trashed online for speaking out.
While it wasn't necessarily criticism, Dusty's son Cody also spoke his mind about the situation. Cody theorized that the event was dragging in ticket sales because of the proximity of the Holidays, and told Michael Hayes to book Goldust on the show.
Hayes was quick to reply to Cody, even offering him a spot on the card.
Goldust is in, and he's even got an idea for who the Rhodes Brothers should face.
Matt and Jeff are already booked for the event, so we know they'll be in the building.
GET THIS DONE, WWE.
Starrcade takes place November 25 from Greensboro, North Carolina.