Cody Rhodes Reveals What Held Him Back On Wanting To Leave WWE

Cody Rhodes Reveals What Held Him Back On Wanting To Leave WWE WWE

Cody Rhodes has revealed what held him back on wanting to leave WWE.

Cody Rhodes’ connection with the fans has been simply undeniable for a very long time. Dating back to his time in WWE, the fans have took in “The American Nightmare” as one of their own.

In 2013, Rhodes was part of a Money In The Bank Ladder Match in Philadelphia where the audience rallied behind him as the favorite.

In a new interview with Robbie Fox of My Mom’s Basement, Cody Rhodes revealed that the moment at Money In The Bank 2013 made him hold back on wanting to leave WWE. He said:

“For them to have got with me that night (at Money in the Bank 2013), a career milestone. I wouldn’t have stayed with WWE as long as I did had that moment not happened… 2013? Oh yeah (I was thinking about leaving WWE)…”

“I feel like after 2011, ‘12, I was already starting to explore the idea in my mind of could I leave home? Could I try something different? And the world was growing.”

“But yeah, 2013, I definitely was at least thinking about putting a foot out the door so, and that was a moment where I went, nope, nope. We’re clearly doing something right but, you know…”

Cody Rhodes last wrestled in a win over Finn Balor on the August 14 edition of WWE Raw. Post match, The Judgment Day’s Balor, Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley laid out Rhodes and Sami Zayn.

As previously reported, Cody’s wife Brandi Rhodes has explained why she gave her husband her blessing to wrestle with a pectoral muscle injury.

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Transcription via POST Wrestling 

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