How is the recovery of Cody Rhodes going?
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 422
Cody Rhodes' return to WrestleMania 38 will likely enter WWE historical archives and pro wrestling history as well. However, the enthusiasm lasted too short: The American Nightmare injured his right bib within hours of the Premium Live Event Hell in a Cell, an injury that did not prevent him from fighting the match against Seth Rollins and winning.
Unfortunately, however, that same injury, following instrumental tests following the match (and as evidenced by the huge hematoma present on Rhodes during the match), was immediately very serious, forcing Cody Rhodes to disappear from the scene to undergo surgery and fix the laceration of the pectoral and therefore to recover as soon as possible.
But now it seems that The American Nightmare sees the light at the end of the tunnel, at least that's how his wife Brandi Rhodes has made it known.
Update on Cody Rhodes' status
In an interview with Steve Fall's Ten Count, Brandi Rhodes updated fans on the condition of her husband Cody Rhodes, who is getting closer to returning to the ring.
In addition, the former Aew talent was impressed by the work done by her husband and that her condition is really good, if not excellent: “She needs to fight. It's in his blood. It's part of his life. But now, he was great in all of this.
All the work she did to get back was really good. I went with him to his physical therapist yesterday to finally see why he was bothering me the whole time, 'You didn't come, you didn't accompany me, you have to come.' So I'm like, 'Ok, I'll take you so I'll see too.'
I was really impressed with how it looks now. It doesn't look like anything has happened, which is crazy because she has had major surgery. So he looks the same to me as Cody from before. The muscle mass is all there, you know, it seems ready, but I'm not a doctor." On the latest episode of Writing with Russo, Vince Russo pitched the idea of Cody Rhodes and CM Punk having a tie at the Royal Rumble.
"Here's the beautiful thing about it. If I know we're going from the Royal Rumble and they're [CM Punk and Cody Rhodes] are having the number one contender's match at WrestleMania, what I'm doing is I'm organically letting the crowd decide who the heel and babyface is.
And as we see it going in a certain direction, then we start rolling with it, but I would be open either way, but I would make them listen to the people and once they get a feel, start pointing it in that direction."