Cody Rhodes was a current visitor on the “Good Karma Wrestling” podcast to talk about a range of subjects, including his ideas on the AEW Revolution 2023 pay-per-view occasion.
In an unexpected discovery, the WWE Superstar exposed that he viewed a few of the program on a “pirated feed.”
You can have a look at some highlights from the podcast listed below:
On how he saw the program: “I really just saw some highlights from Ricky. I had actually a pirated feed, which I most likely must have simply found out how to get the best feed. Not going to inform you who sent me that.”
On the issue with streaming platforms: “Well, it’s– listen, among the advantages of working for WWE resembles, ‘Oh, it’s on Peacock.’ You go on Peacock, it’s right there. Anywhere else I’ve battled, whether it’s New Japan, anywhere else– these user interfaces are a catastrophe. They’re a catastrophe, people. And like I like every– like, FITE TELEVISION, alright, I like FITE TELEVISION. That a person, a minimum of they got a few of the– however begin! Plainly you’re tuning in a streaming style today.”
On Starks’ efficiency: “I believed Ricky did excellent, truly pleased with him. You understand, Chris Jericho is an outright legend– he’s more than a legend, he’s Chris Jericho. And for Ricky to be able to handle that and deal with that in the method he did; really pleased with Ricky.”
On the other stars he took pride in: “Very pleased with Julia [Hart], happy with Malakai [Black] in fact. And I desired to see more of that Malakai and it’s been a minute since he was someone that I liked our interactions with. To see him provide [ was excellent] FTR men, I saw– and after that all my other kids. I ain’t gon na call them, due to the fact that I ain’t gon na to put him over. All my other kids who– among them was out there in the primary occasion, and we do not need to be friends or anything. Simply extremely happy of their development and their ongoing development.”
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