Dustin Rhodes has officially launched the website for his wrestling school. Rhodes Wrestling Academy has begun taking applications with the first camp set to take place in January 2021.
Rhodes initially announced he would be starting his own school back in July. After two months of build-up, he released a video calling for anyone to join his school. He ensured those watching that if you can dream it, you can achieve it.
The wait is over. Rhodes Wrestling Academy is LIVE!!! Click the link and sign up and submit your applications today!! First camp is in January! Welcome to https://t.co/VIMAfPhU8u. WATCH THE VIDEO
— RhodesWrestlingAcademy (@AcademyRhodes) September 18, 2020
Rhodes has wrestled for decades dating back to his time as Dustin Runnels in WCW. From there he has worked for TNA, WWE as Goldust, and currently AEW. He is perhaps best known for his work in WWE where he spent a large portion of his career. He had stints with the company in the Attitude Era, Ruthless Aggression Era and PG Era.
Now, he will turn his attention to teaching. There are many school out there with good teachers but you will be hard-pressed to find teachers with as much experience as Dustin Rhodes.
With Rhodes you also have the benefit of learning from someone who has worked a number of different styles. For real, you try to find a teacher who has worked with Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson in their prime as well as the Young Bucks.
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