Cody Rhodes Debunks Fan ‘Protesting’ His AEW Departure

1 year ago by Connel Rumsey

Cody Rhodes Debunks Fan ‘Protesting’ His AEW Departure WWE

AEW is currently celebrating it’s three-year anniversary, as the company prepares for their fourth Double or Nothing pay-per-view event.

This year’s edition of Double or Nothing will be the first not to feature Cody Rhodes in a match, due to him leaving AEW and returning to WWE back at WrestleMania 38.

One fan in particular took to Twitter to express his displeasure, claiming that he wouldn’t be ordering the pay-per-view due to Rhodes’ exit, claiming that AEW didn’t offer him the money he asked for.

Rhodes responded to the fan, debunking the theory and expressing how proud he is of the peers he left behind.

He said:

Full stop: the money and creative story that misguided brudda put out there has already been rebuffed by all parties

I’m proud of my peers/kids there and my accomplishments as competitor/EVP

It was just personal and it was just time to go for the big one

AEW’s Ricky Starks recently admitted that Cody is still his go-to person for advice, even after his departure from the company.

While Rhodes will not be in action at Double or Nothing, he we will be the following week, when he faces Seth Rollins at WWE Hell In A Cell.

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