Upon his return to the company in April 2022, Cody Rhodes would shortly thereafter reveal his role as executive producer for a WWE/A&E documentary on his late father ‘The American Dream’ Dusty Rhodes.
One year later, the documentary was released on A&E on Sunday, April 9, and now ‘The American Nightmare’ has revealed his thoughts on how it turned out via Twitter.
Cody would comment on the show, saying how proud he was of the part he got to play in its production.
“Didn’t get the chance to speak on it last week, but I just wanted to say how proud I was of Dusty’s documentary. Very few things in my career have ever been as important to me as being the Executive Producer and shepherding this story w/Rob Liano & @AETV”
Cody’s path to doing what his father couldn’t by winning the WWE Championship has been recently diverged by Brock Lesnar, who he will face one-on-one at WWE Backlash on May 6.
As for Cody’s immediate future, the 37-year-old would comment on this coming Monday’s WWE Raw (April 24) by reflecting on his infamous last appearance at the show’s venue the All-State Arena in Chicago, Illinois.
You can find out what Cody said in regards to Monday’s Raw at this link.
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