Cody Rhodes comments on his return
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 727
Great evening that of January 28 for Cody Rhodes who after months of absence due to injury returned to WWE to participate with number 30 in the men's Royal Rumble, also managing to win by sending Gunther out of the ring last who gave us an extraordinary performance.
During a post-event interview with Ryan Satin for Fox Sports, The American Nightmare told how he experienced this return: "It was really fun, Sami Zayn was one of the first people I spoke to today, and I said, 'I hope I remember how it's done.'
He told me, 'It's like riding a bicycle.' That's true. Honestly, it's like having this muscle memory. It's fun to do things you haven't done in seven months. […] I love this audience. Some people think it's about feeling strong or fake emotions.
This is a true story. I don't know how that happened. I have the privilege and also the burden of not playing a character. It's me. That was enough for me tonight. I ruptured my eardrum, but I don't care. It was just a wonderful Royal Rumble.
The Rhodes have no reference whatsoever about going to Wrestlemania last in a major position. I am proud to say that I can be the one to do it. This is the secret. The secret when you're someone's child is that you love them and all, no kidding, but you want to be better than them.
'Better than Dusty Rhodes? How could you ever be?' I don't know if this is the case. If I ever see it again, I'll be able to say, 'I did this,' and you feel complete."
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When the reporter went into detail about his title opportunity against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39, Cody Rhodes said, "It's not just a good feeling, it's surreal.
I didn't even work here a year ago. I don't know how we got here. There are things in my career that line up perfectly, so perfectly, I don't know how we got here. I don't believe in fate, I don't believe in fate, but my God, if that were the case, then [the perfect example] would be me.
Maybe I just have to give up and say what it is, it's a journey of destiny, who knows. I don't have any references to what that spot will look like for me, but I can't wait to see it." Cody Rhodes recently disclosed that he does not want to wrestle WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther again.
Rhodes added that he prefers not to face the Intercontinental Champion again. "To find out how tough Gunther is, my God, it's one of those things I was like, I can't wait to wrestle him again. But no, I don't also want to wrestle him ever again," he said.