Could Goldust be joining WWE?

WWE already has a big surprise ready for Raw and SmackDown

by Simone Brugnoli
Could Goldust be joining WWE?

In recent weeks there has been nothing but the return of Cody Rhodes in WWE, with the young boy who, after leaving the WWE only a few years ago, had decided to embark on a new chapter of his career in the world of pro-wrestling on the television screens of the newborn All Elite Wrestling, of which he was also executive vice president, along with Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks.

Cody Rhodes was in fact one of the pioneers of the company, even before important names such as CM Punk, Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson and many others, added to the roster only at a later time or even later. Apparently, however, according to some insiders, the trend of recent years, namely that many of the WWE released could land in the rings of the Khans company, could soon stop, with another veteran currently in action in the rings of the Khans.

AEW, which could instead return to fight in WWE, should the McMahons want it. WWE Hall of Famer Booker T feels that Dustin Rhodes (f.k.a Goldust) is in a different career position than Cody Rhodes and seems happy in AEW. However, the veteran thinks there's a possibility that Goldust could return to Vince McMahon's company.

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In the latest episode of his Hall of Fame Podcast, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T wanted to talk about Cody's older brother, Dustin Rhodes, also known in the WWE rings as Goldust. According to Booker T, the athlete could soon return to perform in Vince McMahon's rings, with the former WCW World Champion having in fact revealed: "You know what, I would have no doubt seeing Goldust return to WWE.

I'm sure Goldie is at a different stage in his career than where Cody is. I'm sure - I wouldn't say 100% sure - Goldie is happy already to have a job, already being part of something and still being relevant enough to be where they like it and still be able to ride in the ring.

Even more important is the awareness of being able to be of help to the young guys on the roster. Having someone like Goldie in AEW is great, but again, I wouldn't be surprised if I see him return to WWE, word of Booker T." A few years ago, Dustin Rhodes revealed to Sportskeeda that he had had enough with Vince McMahon's company, which is why he quit and joined AEW.

"With the WWE, I'd had enough. It was time for me to go. It had been such a long, storied career with the Goldust character and, do you know, I really thought that I was going to retire - and then I got pulled in and my passion got reignited when I wrestled my brother, and we had the match of the last decade, probably, if not the last two decades," said Dustin Rhodes.

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