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Cody Says AEW Will Likely Reset Win-Loss Records In January

It was mentioned not too long ago by All Elite Wrestling Executive Vice President Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks that the company will be resetting the win-loss records of their talents.

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes, Nick Jackson’s fellow AEW Executive Vice President, was recently interviewed on The Fan Morning Show with Jeff & Big Joe, where he was asked a number of things including confirmation of the resetting of the win-loss records. Having someone with the business acumen and the financial capital to compete with Vince McMahon and The WWE. Also, what AEW’s ultimate goal was.

When asked about what AEW’s ultimate goal was, Cody Rhodes said that it was to always be WWE’s alternative.

This is what Cody Rhodes said:

“The goal is to always be an alternative to WWE. WWE has done some really great and wonderful stuff, they are the house that built me for sure.” “But, for 18-20 years, them being the only company, kind of puts them in the position where people assume pro wrestling is WWE. I was reminded of Bruiser, The Crusher. Wrestling is not one company, it doesn’t belong to any company, it is a thing.”

In the past, Vince McMahon had Ted Turner to compete with, which started the Monday Night Wars. After the Monday Night Wars was over, there was really no one to compete with Vince McMahon and The WWE for a really long time. Until the arrival of The Khan Family and the creation of AEW, which has now started the Wednesday Night Wars.

Cody Rhodes would then talk about having someone with the business acumen and the financial capital to compete with Vince McMahon and The WWE.

This is what Cody Rhodes said:

“With someone like Tony Khan and having the business acumen and the financial capital, nothing like that has happened.” “So many people have stated we’d like to compete with WWE, we’d love to be an alternative. It wasn’t possible until he showed up and did the best possible thing he could do; he let the wrestlers run a wrestling company.”

Cody Rhodes then talked about resetting the win-loss records of their talents in January as well as every year.

This is what Cody Rhodes said:

“When the year ends and AEW is in Jacksonville in January, that is when the plan to reset is.” “Tony is obsessed with numbers. He mentioned we’ll do a reset, but we’ll have your overall record on there. I’m thinking that’s a lot of numbers with their Twitter handle and their nickname.”

“He has a point: your overall record will always be intact, but just to keep the top fives for women, tag teams and men’s singles, every year will reset.”

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