Cody Rhodes has been making the media rounds to discuss the premiere of season two of TBS’ Go-Big Show and had some revealing thoughts on his new AEW roster mates.
Sitting down to chat with Connor Casey from ComicBook.com, Cody was asked about the faction formerly known as Undisputed Era in rival NXT debuting in AEW, Cody said:
“… If we’re being honest, part of me will always think, ‘Hey, these guys were on the other channel and we beat them off their night.’ That element of competitiveness will probably always be there.
However, if you look at (Kyle) O’Reilly and Bobby (Fish) and Cole, with the free agents, with Bryan Danielson and (CM) Punk and Cole, I always tell people the one I’m looking forward to the most, mixing it up, is Cole because I think we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg on what he’s capable of. And, now, what the three of them were capable of.
And they certainly did a lot. Tony Khan talks about, often, how well they were doing against us, and now they are part of us. Now they’re in our house and I look forward to what all three of them can do. In addition to I look forward to seeing Cole’s stock just shoot through the roof, hopefully.”
Rhodes is currently scheduled to defend his TNT Championship against Sammy Guevara at AEW’s Battle of the Belts on Saturday, January 8 however given reports of necessary changes to the event related to medical non-clearance, the match is now uncertain as it is one of the few previously announced for the show.
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