Brandi Rhodes has revealed that her WrestleMania 39 weekend signing at WrestleCon earned big money for charity!
Specifically, raising funds for the Dusty Rhodes Foundation, Brandi Rhodes’ signing raised a significant sum for the foundation.
The Dusty Rhodes Foundation which aims to support underserved communities and youth access to sports is already doing work in the community but will now have an additional chunk of change!
Brandi Rhodes did a two hour long signing during WrestleCon with proceeds going to the Dusty Rhodes Foundation and today she revealed the sum.
Brandi Rhodes wrote about the smashing success on Twitter, saying:
“My 2hr signing last weekend made over $10,000 for the Dusty Rhodes foundation!! That is really something special! Thank you to everyone for coming out and seeing me and for waiting patiently in the line. I hope your experience was as good as mine! Hope we can do it again soon ❤️”
While WrestleMania 39 weekend may have not gone as they had hoped, at least a little fun was had by the Rhodes gals on their trip to California.
Brandi shared sweet snaps on social media of she and Cody’s daughter Liberty at Disneyland, complete with meeting Mickey Mouse.
You can learn more about the Dusty Rhodes Foundation by clicking this link.
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