Between WWF/E and WCW, Rhodes has won 23 total championships. In WCW, he was a two-time United States Heavyweight Champion, a one-time Six-Man Tag Team Champion, and a two-time World Tag Team Champion. In WWF/E, he is a three-time Intercontinental Champion, nine-time Hardcore Champion, one-time World Tag Team Champion, and two-time WWE Tag Team Champion.
He is scheduled to appear at All Elite Wrestling's "Double or Nothing" pay-per view in May 2019 under the ring name Dustin Rhodes. The son of the late WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes and the half-brother of fellow wrestler Cody Rhodes, he is also known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA).
In a recent interview with Sporting News, Dustin commented on next weekend’s Double or Nothing event: "The fans started with the Dustin Rhodes in WCW and the babyface I was. They grew up with me through that when I transitioned into the Goldust heel role, and they hated me for the time being.
The longer you go in the business, the more the fans accept who you are and what you’re doing, going out there and giving 110 percent every single time you go out there to entertain them, and you’re doing a great job at it.
I tried to do that for the last 31 years. It’s not surprising at all that I still have the support I do. I treat the fans right. I believe a significant component is that if you treat the fans right, then they are going to stick around forever”.