Cody Rhodes Reveals Post-WrestleMania Doldrums and His Upcoming Aim in WWE

Cody Rhodes Reveals Post-WrestleMania Doldrums and His Upcoming Aim in WWE
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Cody Rhodes has established a significant objective to tackle his ‘post-WrestleMania melancholy’ subsequent to wrapping up his narrative in the main event of WrestleMania 40.

Rhodes reached the culmination of an epic saga at WrestleMania 40, grabbing the title of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion from Roman Reigns, thus ending Reigns’ dominating 1,316-day rule over the wrestling world.

In a recent episode of “The Pivot” podcast, Rhodes discussed the significant emotional downturn he encountered post his momentous victory in Philadelphia, PA. He enunciated,

“There’s a post-WrestleMania blues psychology-wise like what’s the next thing? So I always need a task; what’s my specific task? And that’s an area where I look to Steve Austin and I look to John Cena who are the lead dogs and this is not me in my ego, I have this [the championship], so I’m currently in front of the pack, right? I’m the lead dog, as long as I have this. I want to make sure that my numbers — and it’s not the most emotional goal or anything — but I want to make sure my numbers and stats match theirs or supersede theirs because you can’t argue with that.”

Since then, Rhodes has maintained his champion title against rivals Logan Paul and AJ Styles. Speculation is growing about a potential title match between Rhodes and Solo Sikoa at upcoming SummerSlam, though official confirmation is yet awaited.

At WWE Money in the Bank 2024, The Bloodline emerged victorious over Rhodes, Randy Orton, and Kevin Owens with Sikoa pinning down the WWE Champion.