Cody Rhodes Explains Why He Doesn’t Like To Talk About His Father Dusty Rhodes

Cody Rhodes Explains Why He Does not Like Talking About His Father Dusty RhodesCody Rhodes has an impressive career so far but he’s still Dusty Rhodes’ son. That alone will create a shadow he will constantly live in no matter how successful his career is and he’s doing quite well.

 

The American Nightmare recently spoke to The PWI Podcast where he explained why he doesn’t like talking about his famous father, “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes in interviews.

Cody Rhodes

Below is what Cody Dusty said about the WCW, WWF and NWA legend — Cody talks how Dusty Rhodes broke a lot of rules with that National Wrestling Alliance governing body — gosh the content was so good in the 1980’s. :

“I don’t think a lot of people will understand this and I always sound like an assh*le when I say it but, I don’t like talking about my dad. I talk about him all the time and I loved him and the memories we have he was the absolute, the best father you could possibly, possibly have.

Cody Rhodes and Dusty Rhodes

He got his priorities straight with me and my sister Teil you know he just nailed it. I think that it’s just hard when you move forward. I’m 35 now kinda like how we still call Shawn Michaels the ‘Heartbreak Kid’ and he’s 80-years-old like I do get that I’ll probably be talking about my dad forever.

You know one thing even though I dislike doing it I know I do it because he mattered. That legacy is very important to me about how much he mattered and how much he continued to matter and I try as much as much as I don’t like talking about him once you get me going the thing I like to do the most is educate people on what he really gave to the industry, you know?

Dusty Rhodes statue

How pay-per-view wouldn’t even be around if it wasn’t for Dusty and Vince going toe-to-toe. How he broke a lot of rules with that National Wrestling Alliance governing body and Vince wasn’t the only one looking for a worldwide presentation and they had a hell of a — gosh the content was so good in the 1980’s.

Whether you’re watching WWF or the NWA then WCW, what a great time to be a wrestler. You know you could go all these places.”