• Cody Rhodes Made History At Hell In A Cell 2022
The biggest topic of discussion this week in pro-wrestling is Cody Rhodes wrestling with a torn pec at Hell In A Cell 2022.
He was involved in a physical angle the next night on RAW as well.
According to the Wrestling Observer, Hell In A Cell 2022 did around 200,000 searches on Google and searches for Cody Rhodes were the same as well, thus creating history:
“The show had the usual 200,000 Google searches that most WWE PPV shows.
There were another 200,000 searches that day for Rhodes, the most for any individual wrestler on a pro wrestling PPV show in years.”
Rhodes underwent surgery on June 9th in Birmingham, Alabama. The surgery was performed by Dr. Jeffrey Dugas.
Brandi Rhodes tweeted the following about it:
“The doctor just repaired Cody’s pectoral tendon which was torn completely off the bone. Successful surgery. He is on the road to recovery now.”
Cody is expected to return to action in about 6 months. Triple H & John Cena also suffered this injury and they returned in 5 & 4 months respectively.
WATCH: Revealing Shots Of Brandi Rhodes (Cody Rhodes’ Wife):
• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 11, 2015) – Old School Wrestling Legend Passed Away
On this day in 2015, we lost Old School Wrestling Legend “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes (Real name: Virgil Runnels) at the age of 69 due to kidney failure.
Dusty Rhodes wrestled for several territories & promotions during his long and illustrious pro wrestling career that lasted from the late 60s until his final match at the WWE Great American Bash 2007 PPV.
The American Dream worked for Championship Wrestling from Florida, Jim Crockett Promotions, American Wrestling Association, the World Wide Wrestling Federation & later also the World Wrestling Federation & the WWE, World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling and Total Nonstop Action!.
Dusty was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007, shortly before he finally retired as an active performer.
He was the father of Old School WWF Legend “Goldust” Dustin Rhodes & current WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes.
† REST IN PEACE DUSTY RHODES
October 11, 1945 – June 11, 2015