Cody Rhodes spoke to Ariel Helwani of BT Sport, after his return to WWE at Wrestlemania this past Saturday.
During the interview Rhodes said that he was prepared to give wrestlers in AEW honest advice about joint WWE if the ask him.
“I would only give somebody honest advice. That might be right for somebody. This was right for me. I don’t know when the first…I think I know who those people will be because there are certain people who fit this ‘superstar mode,’ I think I know how the types might be and when they ask, I’m going to give them the best advice I possibly can. I can say though, that the schedule here, at the least the schedule I had the first time, is not for the non-committed, you can’t be one foot. It is a full-time commitment. You’re not getting paid to work one day a week. That’s not knocking anybody who is. That might be the biggest shock and change. The structure here is positive. It’s a wonderful structure. It’s a little less punk rock, and punk rock is great, and then you want to play something else. That’s what I experienced,”
Rhodes became the first major star to move from AEW to WWE and defeated Seth Rollins at Night 1 of Wrestlemania.
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