Why did Cody Rhodes Leave AEW – Cody Rhodes, one of the establishing grapplers and a nominal leader VP of All Elite Wrestling, is leaving the advancement. All signs are highlighting a re-visitation of WWE.
His better half, Brandi, is likewise leaving AEW.
The news was first revealed by ESPN’s Mike Coppinger, that Rhodes informed AEW CEO Tony Khan Tuesday morning that he was withdrawing and that he didn’t have a non-content statement in his agreement.
Khan added that he has enormous regard and appreciation for both Cody and Brandi and sent them all the best for what comes straightaway.
Whether or not an arrangement has been officially finished, WWE is by a wide margin the most consistent stage for Rhodes in the wrestling industry.
Rhodes added his own explanation: “I have adored my time at AEW. Astonishing storage space. Astonishing Fans. Astonishing individuals. The ‘upheaval’ was without a doubt broadcast, and I’ve been fortunate to be a piece of that.”
Rhodes expressed gratitude toward Khan and various grapplers in the storage space.
Rhodes, 36, is the child of unbelievable late expert grappler Dusty Rhodes. He acted in WWE from 2006-to 16.
In numerous ways, his takeoff from WWE to perform at advancements like Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling was the matchstick on the kindling of the bourgeoning worldwide wrestling scene that at last prompted the arrangement of AEW.
His deserting is a significant story in the wrestling industry. Up until this point, various grapplers, like Matt Hardy, Christian, Daniel Bryan, Rusev (Miro), Aleister Black (Malakai Black), Dean Ambrose (Jon Moxley), and Chris Jericho have left WWE for AEW, yet nobody has at this point do the converse.
Rhodes and the Young Bucks were the principal grapplers freely lined up with AEW, and they played double parts as grapplers with titles of chief VP in the organization.
This isn’t a storyline that anyone would have anticipated even with the news that half a month prior that Rhodes was chipping away at a handshake bargain with AEW without any drawn-out agreement.