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Cody Rhodes Reportedly Couldn’t Turn Down WWE’s Offer

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• Cody Rhodes Reportedly Couldn’t Turn Down WWE’s Offer

Cody Rhodes shocked the world by leaving AEW, as he played a major role in kickstarting the company.

There could be another huge shocker on the way, if he ends up returning to WWE – which he is expected to do.

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE presented Cody with an offer that he couldn’t turn down:

“Some close to the situation believed he got such a big offer from WWE after becoming a free agent that he couldn’t turn it down.

But there is still the unanswered question of why his contract wasn’t rolled over because legally (Tony) Khan did have control to prevent this from happening.

Khan had done so for every other person whose deal had that option clause and thus couldn’t negotiate for a WWE deal if they wanted to test the outside market.

Both Khan and the Rhodes family had agreed not to comment on the reasons for the split.”

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On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 21, 1998, ECW promoted ‘ECW CyberSlam 1998’ at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Out of all annual ECW CyberSlam events, this is the only one that made it to pay-per-view.

The results can be found here:

Jerry Lynn defeated Danny Doring

Al Snow defeated Tracy Smothers

Chris Chetti defeated Doug Furnas

Lance Storm defeated Chris Candido

ECW World Television Championship: Taz (c) defeated Brakkus

First Blood: Justin Credible defeated Tommy Dreamer

The Hardcore Chair Swingin’ Freaks & The Sandman defeated Spike Dudley & The Gangstanators & The Dudleys

Shane Douglas & Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Rob Van Dam & Sabu

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