This week, WWE’s resident authority figure Adam Pearce reflects on the variations between Cody Rhodes now and during his previous run with WWE. Adam Pearce was present at the end of Cody’s WWE run and witnessed the final version of his moment as Stardust. During that time, he worked closely with Dusty Rhodes, and he believes that the American Nightmare is now trying to embrace his father’s legacy.
You know, from the outside looking in, I coped with Dusty at the Performance Center, which you mentioned, and he was extremely generous with his time and helped me immensely. Cody was still here when I first joined WWE at the same time, and afterwards he went away for a while, Adam Pearce explained. Cody is a completely different person now that I’ve seen him again. I see more trust, I see a performer who is completely sure of himself, and I believe he has endorsed everything that he may have shunned in the past.
When Cody Rhodes will enter the Hell In A Cell structure?
Cody Rhodes has made it very clear that he is happy to speak about his dad since his return to WWE, with the American Dream becoming a part of his storyline. Rhodes is trying to become a World Champion for him, and the sky is the limit for him now, according to Adam Pearce.
Perhaps that isn’t the correct word, but there is that shadow, right? Imagine becoming Dusty Rhodes’ son, imagine living your entire life in that shadow, and it’s almost as if, as Cody said on Monday, he will never be the American Dream Pearce said.
So he has fully accomplished that, and to be cliche, I believe the sky is the limit. But Cody Rhodes is a force to reckon with, as Seth Rollins is discovering, so we’ll see what occurs at Hell In A Cell. Cody Rhodes will enter the Hell In A Cell structure for his third match with Seth Rollins at the upcoming premium live event, which is anticipated to be the main show.