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Matthew Rehwoldt Teases Dustin Rhodes’ Potential WWE Return to Aid Cody at WrestleMania XL

Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes (Via WWE/Twitter)

Former WWE Superstar Matthew Rehwoldt, better known as Aiden English, expressed his excitement about the possibility of AEW star Dustin Rhodes, formerly known as Goldust, making a return at WrestleMania to assist his brother, Cody, in his battle against Roman Reigns. Cody secured a shot at Roman Reigns’ Undisputed WWE Universal Championship by winning the 2024 Men’s Royal Rumble match and is set to face Reigns in the main event of Night Two of WrestleMania XL. The match may take place under Bloodline Rules following a tag team match on Night One involving Cody and Seth Rollins against The Tribal Chief and The Rock.

The speculated Bloodline Rules match would permit external interference, potentially involving The Bloodline aiding Reigns. However, there have been suggestions that Dustin Rhodes could make a dramatic return to WWE to support his brother Cody.

Cody Rhodes (left) and Roman Reigns (right) (Via WWE/Twitter)

Dustin, the eldest son of Dusty Rhodes, left WWE in 2019 and is currently contracted with AEW. Rehwoldt discussed Dustin’s potential return on the Rebooked podcast, highlighting the storytelling potential it could offer. Despite acknowledging the narrative benefits, he questioned whether Tony Khan, the owner of AEW, would allow such a crossover to happen.

Dustin Rhodes, amidst rumors of a WWE return to join Cody in his storyline against The Bloodline, fueled speculation by liking a fan’s comment on his AEW contract status. The Rock recently referred to Dustin Rhodes as a future WWE Hall of Famer during a promo on SmackDown, adding intrigue to the possibility of his involvement at WrestleMania XL. The discussion surrounding Dustin’s potential return and the dynamics of the storyline have generated buzz among wrestling fans. The outcome remains uncertain, leaving fans curious about Tony Khan’s stance on allowing Dustin Rhodes to participate at WrestleMania XL.

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