Cody Rhodes starts off New Year with moving gesture by fulfilling TWC’s WrestleMania 40 dream

The American Nightmare, Cody Rhodes has kicked off 2024 with significant success. Rhodes has topped the merch sales for WWE and now he has fulfilled the dream of a young fan by providing tickets for WrestleMania 40.

WrestleMania is the biggest annual event in WWE, where the best wrestlers compete for glory and championships. Attending WrestleMania is a dream come true for WWE fans and children, and Rhodes’s gesture has garnered praise from both the WWE fanbase and the media.

Cody Rhodes to send TWC to WrestleMania 40

The Wrestling Club is a student club that is organized by a high school teacher, Victor Taylor Perry, in a middle school in Brooklyn. Last month, they started to raise $2,500 for the students in TWC to achieve their goal of attending WrestleMania 40.

In December, a student from the TWC group posted a video on social media asking the fans to donate money for them to buy tickets for WrestleMania 40. Rhodes saw the message on social media, and he replied, “I could buy a bunch of popcorn or I could just tell ya’. I’ve got your tickets and hotels You’re going to WrestleMania 40!”.

At WrestleMania 39 last year, the 16-time WWE Champion, John Cena invited 20 wish kids to join him for his entrance before his match against Austin Theory. The wish kids received cheers and applause from more than 80,000 fans in the So-Fi stadium in Los Angeles

With the return of The Rock in the WWE, WrestleMania 40 is expected to be one of the most exciting WrestleMania’s of all time. Rhodes is expected to main event WrestleMania 40 against the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns for the WWE Undisputed Championship.

AEW star reveals Cody Rhodes’ amazing gesture

Ethan Page is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling and is best known for his tag team partnership with Josh Alexander as The North. He recently revealed a story between him and Cody Rhodes that happened at the All In Pay Per View in 2018.

In an interview in the Bragman Breakdown, Page said, “I don’t know if this is officially confirmed or not, so I don’t know how clickbaity this will be. I’m 99% sure…I’m pretty sure Cody paid me out of pocket. Ultimately, my payment came from his name to my PayPal, so I’m pretty sure I was hand-selected by my friend to get this opportunity”.

Cody Rhodes and Ethan Page
via AEW

Page also said, “Ironically, when I was signing with AEW, he told me that he wouldn’t, because he didn’t want me to be a friend hire, and that’s how I started my career. I respected that. He’s always had my back, and I appreciate him putting me in that because it was such a huge spotlight.

Page also revealed that Rhodes refused to sign him in AEW, and Page respected the decision as he didn’t want to be hired as a friend. Later on, Page joined AEW in 2021. Rhodes made his comeback to WWE in 2022, while Page is still dominating the AEW roster.


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