“I’ve never concerned myself with other people’s projections – I’ve got a plan of my own – let’s finish, all of us.”
The performance of Cody Rhodes at Hell in a Cell 2022 is still making waves in the wrestling community. He would defeat Seth Rollins in the Hell in a Cell match despite suffering a torn tricep in the process. Rhodes would shortly have surgery, and it was one of the finest babyface performances in recent memory. Rhodes will reportedly miss 9 months of work following the treatment, but he may have other ideas.
Cody Rhodes recently posted a photo of a gym along with the following caption to his Instagram story. “Sling off for rehab in the gym. I’ve heard 9 months, that’s their plan…“I’ve never concerned myself with other people’s projections – I’ve got a plan of my own – let’s finish, all of us.” Given that Rhodes persisted on competing in the Hell in a Cell bout despite having a torn tricep, it becomes sense to assume that he will work hard to recover quickly.
The length of time it takes to recover from an injury is never simple to predict, but WWE usually adds a few more months. This guarantees that someone will frequently arrive earlier than expected and wow admirers. Some fans may have thought that Rhodes’ comeback for the Royal Rumble was ruled out by the announcement that he would be away for nine months, which would make his triumphant return even sweeter.
Since preparations for Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns have fallen through owing to Orton’s injury, Rhodes is really very much needed right now in WWE. Cody Rhodes has the potential to be the biggest babyface in years for WWE, which is lacking in top babyfaces. The more people react to him, the faster he can come back. It would be fascinating to see who challenges the Tribal Chief now that the majority of WWE stars are injured.