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“I never want to see Stardust ever again” – Cody Rhodes On The Request He Made To Vince McMahon

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• “I never want to see Stardust ever again” – Cody Rhodes On The Request He Made To Vince McMahon

During an interview with BT Sport, Cody Rhodes talked about his return to WWE.

He was asked if he was given any guarantees by Vince McMahon. Below is what he said:

“There wasn’t any true guarantees, there was a request. I said I never want to see Stardust ever again and I never want to see, hear it or talk about it and it was a handshake and that was all I needed.

Then the first thing I did in the match was a random Stardust reference, I thought what’re you doing? You’re going back on your own strange request, other than that it was complex to get this all together and maybe one of wrestling’s biggest contracts, which I’m so flattered about. I have a child so yeah.

But it was more a matter of, it’s not that I don’t trust this person’s word or this person’s words, but at this point in my career, I do trust myself, fully, implicitly I trust myself.

So I know what I can do and given the platform to do it, I’m able to move on, I’m able to get over, I’m able to get what I want and that was presented to me on a silver platter.

Nothing changed, nothing, Kingdom played, wrestling is more than one royal family and this is a world where wrestling term isn’t said that often. So to hear that was a big give from them and to be me.

There’s nothing silly about the entertainment industry to me because this is my life’s work, sports entertainment, pro wrestling. I think I’m the best there is and how I define it as a wrestler, because there’s all these terms, to me what a pro wrestler is is your ability to capture people’s imagination from week to week.

Are they talking about it, good, bad or ugly? That’s what I’ve been able to bring to the table everywhere I’ve gone and to be able to carry it without saying a word for 40 something days and then when I walked out felt like yup, I am the best.

But, Roman and Brock are wrestling for the best, what matters the most and a title that was never on a Rhodes. Not saying anymore than that but my intentions are probably clear as to what I like and it’s another thing if it’s unattained but I don’t want it to go unsaid.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (April 4, 1998) – WWF Shotgun Saturday Night

On this day in 1998, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Shotgun Saturday Night ‘.

It was pre-taped at the Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF In Your House 21: Unforgiven’ PPV.

This episode was hosted by Michael Cole & Kevin Kelly.

Here’s the card:

Scott Taylor vs. Brian Walsh

Bradshaw vs. Savio Vega

The Disciples of Apocalypse vs. Brian Lawson & Roy Raymond

Too Much vs. The Headbangers

Armageddon (Buchanan & Poirier) vs. Dave Webber & Nick Barberry

        
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