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Cody Rhodes opens up about his neck tattoo

The biggest question in wrestling right now has been answered.

After months of waiting Cody Rhodes finally got his shot at MJF this past weekend at AEW’s Revolution pay-per-view in Chicago, Illinois. The match was bloody one and saw Brandi along with Arn Anderson working to help Cody avoid the nefarious antics of MJF and Wardlow. Sadly, despite the help the American Nightmare still lost to MJF.

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This match had a huge build and was pegged as match of the night by many fans, yet no one is really talking about the results. No, what fans can’t stop talking about and what is arguably the biggest news to come out of Revolution next to Jon Moxley winning the AEW Championship is Cody’s new neck tattoo.

Suffice to say it was a shock for everyone watching and remains as one of the top topics of conversation among wrestling fans. Cody’s social media has been filled with fans asking to know why he made such a rash decision–tattooing your neck is a big deal after all–and Monday morning Cody finally gave people an answer his on Instagram account.

His post reads:

I’m humbled by the run I’ve been on and the love of the fans. Incredibly lucky man. It was very simple, I wear a lot of brands…I wanted to make sure mine was one of them. And I wasn’t hiding it. More details on tomorrow’s “Road To Denver”… – thank you @inkanddaggertattoo@craigbrocktattoo for taking the design and making it a reality!

 

 

What do you think about Cody’s new tattoo? Sound off in the comments and let us know.


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