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Cody Rhodes Says He Didn’t Leave AEW Because Of CM Punk

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• Cody Rhodes Says He Didn’t Leave AEW Because Of CM Punk

Cody Rhodes, who was one of the wrestlers responsible for the birth of AEW, left All Elite Wrestling earlier this year, despite being an Executive Vice President in the company.

After leaving, he returned to the company where he first made a name for himself in professional wrestling – WWE.

A fan posted a photo of Cody, Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks on Twitter, and wrote:

“They Changed The World ❤️ 💯”

Another fan then replied:

“Then why did Cody leave?”

Cody saw this tweet and replied:

“I didn’t leave because of the Bucks/Kenny. I’m forever bonded to those men over what we created and I remain very proud of it, and I didn’t leave because of/or have issues with Punk. We got along.

Not money, not booking, just a personal issue and me wanting to go for the big one.”

Another fan then thanked Cody for what he did after leaving WWE in 2016:

“Cody, I remember where I was when I read that you left WWE. What happened next, Impact, ROH, NJPW, it reignited my love for wrestling. Thank you so much, for everything you did for us.”

Rhodes replied:

“Thanks man – it’s only going to get better from here.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (October 30, 2006) – WWE Monday Night RAW

On this day in 2006, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’.

This episode was broadcasted from the Mark of the Quad in Moline, Illinois and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Cyber Sunday 2006’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

Carlito Carribean Cool vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Johnny Nitro

Lita vs. Maria

Triple H vs. Randy Orton

Handicap Match: Umaga vs. Hacksaw Jim Duggan & Eugene Dinsmore

Cryme Tyme vs. Charlie Haas & Viscera

John Cena vs. Jonathan Coachman

        
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