A wrestling veteran urges WWE to revise its WrestleMania plans in response to significant fan backlash, emphasizing the importance of allowing Cody Rhodes to conclude his storyline.

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Matt Morgan

Wrestling veteran Matt Morgan advocates for WWE to reconsider its WrestleMania plans to accommodate Cody Rhodes and allow him to complete his storyline.

After emerging victorious in the 2024 Men’s Royal Rumble match, Cody Rhodes shared a tense moment with the reigning Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, Roman Reigns.

While many anticipated a showdown between the two at WrestleMania 40 for the second year in a row, The American Nightmare surprised fans by announcing his pursuit of The Tribal Chief’s title, but not at the Show of Shows.

Cody Rhodes (Credits: WWE)

Meanwhile, The Rock made a dramatic return on SmackDown, confronting the leader of The Bloodline and setting the stage for a potential match at WrestleMania. However, this development faced significant criticism from fans who were eager to see Rhodes conclude his narrative.

During an episode of the Gigantic Pop podcast, Matt Morgan responded to a fan inquiry about the likelihood of WWE revising its WrestleMania plans in response to the backlash and reintegrating Rhodes into the Undisputed WWE Universal Title picture.

Expressing his hope for such a reversal, the former superstar emphasized the importance of considering fan sentiment in shaping the event’s direction.

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