The younger son of the “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes said in an interview with Sports Illustrated that he is not afraid to dream for Daniel Bryan to be his dream opponent for the Indy Supershow he and the Jackson brothers are planning for 2018.
This all started when in a twitter exchange, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer said he didn’t think Ring of Honor would be able to sell out a 10,000 seat arena in their current status, Cody Rhodes took up for the company, being the reigning ROH Champion, and has gone ahead with a plan funded by himself and his fellow Bullet Club Members The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) to fund an independent wrestler supershow in a 10,000 seat arena during 2018.
When asked in recent weeks about who he would want to face at said show, he said that Daniel Bryan would be his dream opponent. Which got a lot of people’s attention as Bryan is not only under WWE contract (though it is reported that his contract runs out this year) but also the WWE doesn’t allow him to actively wrestle because of complications for multiple concussions he suffered in his in-ring career.
in the interview, that you can read at: https://www.si.com/wrestling/2017/11/29/WWE-Wrestling-Cody-Rhodes-Matt-Hardy-Ric-Flair
Cody had this answer: “I’m the son of the ‘American Dream’. Of course I’m a dreamer. My dad had no fear. As a promoter and businessman, he had no fear. I’m 32 and entering the prime of my career, so why would I be afraid? I’ve found these friends and businessmen in the Bucks, and I believe the business cannot continue to go on the path it’s going. It has to continue to change, and there have to be people who are going to change it. I really can’t claim to be any of that until we fill this joint up, but I am not afraid of what we are about to do.”
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