Cody Rhodes On Seeing More Bullet Club Merch On Fans Than WWE Merch, The Elite Being the Top Group in Wrestling


ROH Champion Cody Rhodes recently spoke with The New York Post ahead of tonight’s ROH Final Battle PPV, and below are some interview highlights:

On the recent indy movement in pro wrestling:

“I don’t necessarily like that word [movement], but this is kind of a Renaissance era in our industry and we’ve been tasked — I don’t think we took the task — I think we’ve been tasked, me, Matt, Nick, Marty, Hangman, that group is leading this thing as we go.”

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On Bullet Club merch vs WWE merch:

“[WWE is] the biggest global conglomerate. They’re unreal. But I can’t help but see more of our stuff in the crowd than their stuff,” said Rhodes, whose group reportedly sold more than 400,000 t-shirts at Pro Wrestling Tees in the last four months.

“I know the numbers at the store that sells both of our merchandise and they’re not even close. … They have some amazing, amazing talent, but I don’t think when we’re together [the Bullet Club], I don’t think anyone can touch the group we have, that kind of being the elite group.”

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