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Cody Rhodes Watched AEW Revolution 2023 On A Pirated Feed

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• Cody Rhodes Watched AEW Revolution 2023 On A Pirated Feed

During an interview with Good Karma Wrestling, WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes revealed that he watched the AEW Revolution 2023 PPV, but didn’t pay for it.

Someone sent him a link to a pirated feed and used it to watch his friend Ricky Starks defeat Chris Jericho.

Below is what The American Nightmare said:

“I actually only saw some highlights from Ricky. I had a pirated feed, which I probably should’ve just figured out how to get a right feed. Not going to tell you who sent me that.

Well, it’s — listen, one of the benefits of working for WWE is like, ‘Oh, it’s on Peacock.’ You go on Peacock, it’s right there.

Anywhere else I’ve wrestled, whether it’s New Japan, anywhere else — these interfaces are a disaster. They’re a disaster, guys.

And like I love every — like, FITE TV, alright, I like FITE TV. That one, at least they got some of the — but come on! Clearly you’re tuning in a streaming fashion today.

I thought Ricky did great, really proud of him. You know, Chris Jericho is an absolute legend — he’s more than a legend, he’s Chris Jericho. And for Ricky to be able to deal with that and handle that in the way he did, very proud of Ricky.

Very proud of Julia [Hart], proud of Malakai [Black] actually. Because he was somebody that I loved our interactions with, and I wanted to see more of that Malakai and it’s been a minute. So to see him deliver [was great].

FTR guys, I saw — and then all my other kids. I ain’t gonna name them, because I ain’t gonna put him over. All my other kids who — one of them was out there in the main event, and we don’t have to be best friends or anything. But just very proud of their growth and their continued growth.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (March 17, 2001) – WWF Jakked / WWF Metal

On this day in 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly syndicated TV show ‘WWF Jakked’ (night version) aka ‘WWF Metal’ (afternoon version).

It featured pre-taped mid-card matches on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania X-Seven’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Crash Holly vs. Scoot Andrews

– Kaientai vs. Frank Kazarian & Keji Sakota

– Grandmaster Sexay vs. Essa Rios

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