In the hours leading up to tonight (Sunday, June 5, 2022) WWE Hell in a dungeon Pay-per-view (PPV) at the Allstate Arena outside Chicago, Illinois, broke word uttered by Cody Rhodes suffer a infection during training. WWE confirmed this after a while, claiming that he was initially injured by Seth Rollins, his scheduled opponent on the show, during Monday Night Raw last week. Then, while lifting weights, he tore his pectoral muscles off the bone.
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Despite that, he made it through the match, most likely because he couldn’t make it worse and they had a main event to get through. “For the love of the game,” he tweeted shortly before stepping out and doing the damn thing.
Rollins, for what he’s worth, came to the match wearing yellow polka dots on his gear, a throwback to Dusty Rhodes’ time in WWE in the early ’90s and an easy way to get to Cody.
The match was shockingly good considering the circumstances.
It was clear that Rhodes was limited but not as much as you think. He changed things up a bit while Rollins did a little more heavy lifting:
Cody grabbed his Bullrobes and they worked on it in the match, another fun response one might think would help keep him consistent and require little Rhodes. After all, you don’t want him to go crazy with his injury, do you?
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Rhodes hit a lineage that drove the audience crazy but only got two. A sledgehammer came into the picture – and it was pretty hard not to think that Triple H’s sons were fighting each other – but then Rollins hit stomp and it looked like he was done and that too only got two.
Rollins hit a cross from Rhodes, then Cody saved directly to one of his team. Then he got up and hit two more in a row, stopping the third only to grab a sledgehammer and hit it right in the house. Then he installed Rollins in the middle of the ring.
Despite all this, Rhodes wins again.
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