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Former WWE Celebrity Expected To Appear On AEW TV

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• Former WWE Celebrity Expected To Appear On AEW TV

Cody Rhodes (son of Old School Legend Dusty Rhodes) was recently interviewed by ComicBook and was asked about his WWE rivalry with Hollywood actor Stephen Amell and whether the former WWE celebrity could appear in Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling any time soon.

Here’s what the former Stardust had to say about Amell:

“So Steven gets me excited. ‘Oh, let’s do this. Let’s do this. Let’s do this’. And then I’ll write a little treatment out, and then it’s, ‘Well, I’m doing this movie’.

I don’t know. I think Stephen will absolutely appear on AEW television moving forward.

I know it’s difficult, because he broke his hip wrestling Christopher Daniels at All In, which very few people know.

So I don’t know how excited he is about returning. I know he wants to do it, but he’s got a family.

It’s not ballet, but I could see Stephen getting in the ring, for sure, for one more time. I could see that.”

Cody wrestled for WWE from 2007 until he left in 2016 and he’s currently a main event level Superstar in AEW.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Headshrinker Samu (Real name: Samula Anoa’i) celebrates his 58th birthday today.

Samu first wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation in 1983 & 1984 as “Samula”, the 3rd member of The Wild Samoans, alongside his father Afa and his uncle Sika.

From late 1988 till the summer of 1990, Samu wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where he teamed up with his cousins Fatu (later known as Rikishi) and The Samoan Savage (formerly known as Tama / The Tonga Kid) as “The Samoan SWAT Team”.

He again formed a Tag Team with Fatu, when they returned to the WWF in 1992 as “The Headshrinkers”, managed by his father Afa.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAMU!

        
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