In the pre-Full Gear press conference, Cody named who he thinks is the best wrestler in AEW across all divisions.
Despite now having the Rhodes trademark back, we won’t be hearing Justin Roberts adding it to Cody’s introduction any time soon.
Cody Rhodes took to the mic after AEW Dynamite went off the air this week to share the news that he has been looking forward to for years.
It would appear Cody will soon be able to have a surname in AEW after WWE surrendered the trademark to his name.
On this week’s edition of Dynamite, AEW added three new matches with stipulations and title implications to the Full Gear card.
A new challenger has been declared for the TNT Championship at Full Gear November 7th.
Cody has big plans for how AEW can progress in its second year, and pays tribute to owner Tony Khan’s resilience through the pandemic.
In a rematch from a few weeks ago, Cody regained the TNT Championship from Mr. Brodie Lee in a vicious Dog Collar Match on last night’s AEW Dynamite.
A major AEW star is reported to be taking some time off television in order to film a role in a new TV show based on wrestling.
The second-ever TNT Champion has been crowned on AEW Dynamite tonight, and it happened in dramatic fashion.
TNT Champion Cody has announced that the temporary version of the title will be retired on tonight’s AEW Dynamite with the delayed, real version to be unveiled.
Eddie Kingston was this week’s challenger to Cody’s TNT Championship on AEW Dynamite, however his challenger for next Wednesday has already been announced along with two other contests.
Whilst ‘The American Nightmare’ is making a big deal of regularly defending the TNT Championship, it seems he plans to retire as a competitive wrestler in the next few years.
The TNT Champion has been quick to respond to comments about him defending his title against Sonny Kiss at Fight For The Fallen, stating that anyone who has a problem with it can kiss his ass.
WWE are using Cody’s father’s own concept to oppose AEW’s two-week Fyter Fest…