Cody Rhodes has shared that he wants to continue to bring fans the best of himself in WWE.
After a six-year absence, The American Nightmare returned to the company at WrestleMania 38 last month, and he topped the list. He’s currently involved in a storyline with former WWE Champion Seth Rollins on Monday Night RAW.
Talking to Sports Illustrated Cody Rhodes recently stated that he wants to continue to be the best version of himself and deliver quality matches in WWE.
“Remember when I fought Kurt Angle in NEW in a cage match. I did a somersault off the top of a very rickety cage. I treated it as if it were WrestleMania. That’s what I do and I always will. I’m not a little, but a lot. WWE has adjusted their meet and greet schedule for me. Press conference at WrestleMania. I want that to continue on the nights I win and the nights I don’t. People are getting all I got and more. I get paid pretty well. I should deliver. ”
Cody Rhodes on his match with Theory
Last week on RAW, The American Nightmare clashed with Theory for the US championship. However, Seth Rollins interrupted the match, costing Rhodes a golden opportunity.
In one Sports Illustrated In the interview, Cody opened up about confronting the 24-year-old, saying he noticed some similarities between his younger self and Theory.
“Watching him in the ring makes me think back to when I was so young and full of pride and courage. I also saw a little doubt in his eyes. That’s what makes this game so fun. He may not admit it, but I was there on the other side, too, and I felt it. That’s a good advantage for me now in the ring. “
In the latest RAW release, Cody Rhodes challenged Seth Rollins to a Hell in Cells match. The Visionary accepted the challenge, and the duel was then officially announced. The match will take place at the premium live event of the same name next month and is expected to be the final chapter in their rivalry.
https://www.sportskeeda.com/wwe/news-cody-rhodes-opens-on-screen-presentation?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=sportskeeda Cody Rhodes opens up about his on-screen presentation