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Tony Khan Comments On Why Cody Rhodes Gets Booed, More

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jan 26, 2022

Tony Khan Comments On Why Cody Rhodes Gets Booed, More

AEW President Tony Khan joined Busted Open Radio today hype up this evening’s AEW Dynamite Beach Break episode TBS.

During the interview, he talked about TNT championship ladder match between Cody Rhodes and Sammy Guevara and gave his thoughts on why Rhodes gets booed in his matches.

“I think it depends, a lot of it, on the opponent and the situation. And Cody is certainly willing to lean into that role and does a great job of it. Against a person like Sammy, who is one of the most exciting young wrestlers out there and the Interim TNT Champion now, I think Cody definitely has leaned into being an aggressive heel and doing some things to help extenuate the match.”

On Rhodes’ promo from the previous week:

“Definitely got a lot of people talking with his promo, as they often do generate controversy or excitement. I think the most important thing in wrestling is the wrestling matches, and this is a match I really believe fans will want to see and will enjoy, the ladder match for the Undisputed TNT Championship tonight on Dynamite.”

On Sammy Guevara:

“Sammy Guevara from day one has been one of the really important stars for AEW. I can’t say enough about how much Sammy has improved as a wrestler, really from the beginning of Dynamite. Even though he wasn’t the biggest name when the company started, he’s worked his way up. Worked his way into this position, and I am really excited about the ladder match.”

Source: wrestlinginc.com
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