Cody Rhodes Speculates That AEW Double Or Nothing Will Mark Dustin Rhodes' Final Bout

Could it be?

Cody Rhodes took part in a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet, discussing AEW Double or Nothing, and his match against brother Dustin. Among his thoughts, Cody related that he feels Saturday could potentially be Dustin's final match.

Said Cody, "I would think this is his last match. But by no means does he have that pressure on him, he's just getting older and he's actually said himself that he'd like to slow down, so we'll see."

Cody also emphasized a "now or never" quality to the match.

Dustin Rhodes officially departed from WWE earlier this spring, bringing to an end his latest tenure with the company that began back in 2013. Shortly after his exit from WWE, the 50-year-old was confirmed as his brother's opponent for Double or Nothing.

Rhodes began his career in September 1988 at the age of 19. He's held multiple upper-midcard and tag team titles in various major promotions, including three runs as Intercontinental champion in WWE, and two stints as United States champion in WCW. He's also held WWE's Tag Team titles twice with brother Cody.

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