Rumors of The Rock returning to a WWE run rampant forward of the Royal Rumble with WrestleMania 39 across the nook. Nevertheless, the wrestling legend didn’t return whereas different storylines blossomed.
That’s the reason Cody Rhodes believes “The Granddaddy of Them All” doesn’t want The Rock to indicate up at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, on April 1 and a couple of.
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“With all of the respect on the earth to one of many GOATs, The Rock, it seems just like the choices now we have right here throughout the roster are even higher due to the tales which are taking place,” the 2023 Royal Rumble winner informed The Day by day Mail. “One story about ending one thing that began in 1978 – seven years earlier than I used to be even born – and one other story of actually the tragedy of being welcomed into The Bloodline after which what you noticed unfolds.
“I believe with the period of time between now and WrestleMania, it is vital I preserve my eyes squarely mounted on WrestleMania, squarely wrestling for the WWE Undisputed Championship and as you hinted that is probably not in opposition to Roman Reigns.”
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Rhodes successful the 30-man Royal Rumble match meant he acquired a shot at Reigns for the championship. First, Reigns will battle Sami Zayn at WWE’s Elimination Chamber occasion on Feb. 18.
“Now I do not know if anybody can beat Roman Reigns, I really do not, however for me, it is about choosing up the chips,” he added. “I really like the melodrama, I really like the heaviness in these tales that develop in our trade, however I’m very merely a person who’s in search of a belt.
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“I am in search of a championship title belt, crucial one in our world the most important in all – not simply within the WWE bubble however in all of the bubbles – and be the primary to say as a Rhodes I did it, and it wasn’t Dusty Rhodes, and it wasn’t Dustin Rhodes; it was Cody Rhodes.”