Cody Rhodes on AEW revolution, Ricky Starks and watching on a pirated feed

“I thought Ricky did great, really proud of him."

by Sead Dedovic
Cody Rhodes on AEW revolution, Ricky Starks and watching on a pirated feed

The “Good Karma Wrestling” podcast was the perfect opportunity for Cody Rhodes to talk about AEW Revolution 2023 and how he viewed the show: “I actually only saw some highlights from Ricky. I had a pirated feed, which I probably should have just figured out how to get the right feed.

Not going to tell you who sent me that”. - he said, as quoted by Streaming platforms can have certain problems. “Well, it’s — listen, one of the benefits of working for WWE is like, ‘Oh, it’s on Peacock.’ You go on Peacock, it’s right there.

Anywhere else I’ve wrestled, whether it’s New Japan, anywhere else — these interfaces are a disaster. They’re a disaster, guys. And like I love every — like, FITE TV, alright, I like FITE TV. That one, at least they got some of the — but come on!

Clearly you’re tuning in in a streaming fashion today”.

Ricky Starks' performance

Ricky Starks' performance blew Rhodes away. He thinks Starks did a great job. He did not forget to praise Chris Jericho either. “I thought Ricky did great, really proud of him.

You know, Chris Jericho is an absolute legend — he’s more than a legend, he’s Chris Jericho. And for Ricky to be able to deal with that and handle that in the way he did; very proud of Ricky”. There are several other wrestlers who left a great impression on him.

“Very proud of Julia [Hart], proud of Malakai [Black] actually. Because he was somebody that I loved our interactions with, and I wanted to see more of that Malakai and it’s been a minute. So to see him deliver [was great].

FTR guys, I saw — and then all my other kids. I ain’t gonna name them, because I ain’t gonna to put him over. All my other kids who — one of them was out there in the main event, and we don’t have to be best friends or anything. But just very proud of their growth and their continued growth”.

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