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Brandi Rhodes Called AEW Personality A Less Talented Paul Heyman On Dynamite

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• Brandi Rhodes Called AEW Personality A Less Talented Paul Heyman On Dynamite

On last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite: New Year’s Smash, American Top Team’s Dan Lambert took shots at TNT Champion Cody Rhodes and his manager, Arn Anderson.

Lambert said Arn used to be a Horseman, but now he’s just a wh*re.

Dan then shifted his attention to Cody’s wife, Brandi Rhodes. Lambert said:

“If that’s her real name, she’s the first Brandi I’ve ever known that wasn’t a stripper.”

Ethan Page then added:

“That’s not currently a stripper, because now she’s a ‘wrestler’.”

Lambert then continued:

“Excellent point, Ethan, but we can’t keep coming back here with stripper jokes or they’re gonna get very old and very tired, very quickly. Kind of like what happened to Brandi in the last couple of years.”

Dan then took a shot at Cody’s neck tattoo, who even Mike Tyson thinks looks stupid. Dan said Cody is Tony Khan’s pet project and that there are more deserving talent in AEW than Cody.

Brandi then came out and said the following:

“Who the hell told you tonight was open mic night, you bobble-headed, ugly a$$, less talented version of Paul Heyman.”

Lambert then replied:

“I actually prefer Jim Cornette.”

Dan said he’s a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and threatened to slap Brandi. Brandi then said she’s a black b*tch and got ready to fight. This led to Dustin Rhodes coming out and stopping Brandi, but he got attacked by Page.

You can watch this segment below:

Cody Rhodes will defend the TNT Championship against Ethan Page on this Friday’s episode of AEW Rampage: New Year’s Smash (tap here for complete AEW Rampage spoilers).

WATCH: Revealing Shots Of Brandi Rhodes (Cody Rhodes’ Wife):

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 30, 1998) – Old School Wrestling Promoter Passed Away

On this day in 1998, we lost Old School Wrestling promoter Sam Muchnick at the age of 93.

Sam Muchnik ran the St. Louis, Missouri territory “St. Louis Wrestling Club” from 1959 till he retired in 1982.

He did not get inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame yet, but will most likely go in at one point as part of their annual ‘Legacy Wing’ inductions.


August 22, 1905 – December 30, 1998

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