Cody Rhodes

Cody Rhodes’ Reveals Why He Thinks That The Public Does Not Give Him Enough Credit 

Fans adore Cody Rhodes and consider him to be one of WWE’s best performers. His wife, Brandi, is one celebrity he feels hasn’t received the respect she deserves. Together with Cody, Brandi played a crucial role in the early development of All Elite Wrestling. A company that allowed other performers to make a livelihood and avoid the possibility of being underutilized in WWE.

Cody claimed that his wife, who began her career in WWE as a ring announcer, has never received the recognition she merits. I am not lying when I say, “Hey, I couldn’t do it without Brandi,” when you see me in public. She was a stunning, witty, and polarising television character, and because of that, Cody continued, “She’s never even come close to getting the recognition she deserves; hell, I’ve gotten credit for things she did.”

While Brandi hasn’t yet made a comeback to the WWE as an on-screen performer, she has been quite active in her private life as she and Cody jointly raise their little daughter, Liberty.  Because of Sami Zayn’s unexpected popularity surge, many people thought that WWE fans would reject Cody as Roman’s WrestleMania challenger. But the audience appears to like “The American Nightmare” just as much.

WrestleMania 39

The Undisputed WWE Universal Title will be on the line when Cody Rhodes faces Roman Reigns in the WrestleMania 39 main event on Sunday. The “American Nightmare” discussed what kind of schedule he would prefer if he wins at the “Show of Shows.” Which will soon feature Cody Rhodes versus Reigns, as well as how it would feel to finally win the WWE championship. In “Stadium Astro,” Rhodes commented, “That would imply vindication.”

“At what time will it all be over? If I win the WWE Undisputed Universal Title, will that be the end? Or will it be the end if I win the championship, take it everywhere I can, and perform and deliver at a level no champion has done in a long time? I want to cut a schedule like Ric Flair or Bret Hart. With a somewhat “less is more” schedule, I want to accomplish something very different from what contemporary champions have done. More is the kind of schedule I want.”

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