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Cody Rhodes Was “Bummed Out” By AEW All Out 2022 Controversy



Cody Rhodes has said he felt “bummed out” when he saw what unfolded following the AEW All Out 2022 pay-per-view event.

Last September’s infamous event is remembered for CM Punk’s tirade on the post-show media scrum, and the fight that broke out backstage.

The event was the first All Out since Rhodes’ departure in February of that same year, and the WWE Superstar recalled his feelings at the time on the latest MMA Hour.

“I just hated seeing that. Because as the company grows, and I hope it continues to grow, I hope people remember the mission in the first place and why we were there. If you bring in people who don’t know the mission, then things like that can happen.

“I’m not saying he [CM Punk] didn’t know the mission or anything of that nature, but I was just bummed out. That’s how I felt, I was bummed out…I think the spirit was gone in that moment, doesn’t mean can’t get it back, but it was just a bummer.”

Everyone connected to the fight was suspended following All Out, but at this time, Punk is the only name suspended whose future with AEW remains uncertain.

Cody Rhodes will challenge for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 39 this coming April.

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