Cody Rhodes Reveals How He Tore His Pectoral Muscle While Working Out In Gym

It almost seems like a movie plot that Cody Rhodes will return to win the 2023 Royal Rumble for guys. Cody tore his pectoral muscle completely off the bone while working out in the gym in June in anticipation of a battle against Seth Rollins in Hell in a Cell. Despite the injuries, “The American Nightmare” appeared and wrestled Seth Rollins in a memorable match that many people regarded as the match of the year.

Rhodes described in detail how Logan Paul tore his pec in the most recent episode of the “ImPAULsive” podcast.”I felt impenetrable. entered the gym while wearing flip-flops. In the gym in flip-flops? a bad omen, open coffee cup, a little portion of this genuine veteran warmup, “While heaving his arms back and forth, Cody speaks. “Without even warming up, I sat down on the bench and put on 295. I had no justification for ever pursuing it, yet I did.”

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In addition, Rhodes said that he was pushing himself since he saw that there was only one other man at the gym, which prompted him to go above and beyond in order to outdo him.”Just him and I are in there. “I’m going to show you, guy,” I said. I simply unrack it, and it immediately moved. It adhered like velcro even before it had descended. They inquired, “Did it pop? ” There is no pop. I felt it when it went full rip. The weights simply flew off without my need to kick them off.”

Funny enough, as soon as the injury occurred, the person he was fighting against helped him.All eyes were on The American Nightmare going into WrestleMania 39 when Cody Rhodes returned to WWE and won the 2023 men’s Royal Rumble event. Even though Rhodes is now focused on Roman Reigns, the undisputed WWE Universal Champion, other superstars may be interested in maybe facing the winner of the Royal Rumble, which might boost someone’s confidence in the organization.

During an appearance on “The Bump,” Rhodes questioned “NXT” star Grayson Waller about his refusal to let him appear on “The Grayson Waller Effect,” Waller’s “NXT” talk show. Waller answered, “I don’t like it.” The graphic of you and me on “The Bump” today made me feel like Apollo Crews, Cody, and that’s because I had a vision that the next time there is a graphic of you and me, it won’t be of us getting interviewed; instead, it will be of us fighting.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.