BREAKING NEWS: Former WWE Intercontentinal Champion Announces Rretirement? — See Shocking Reasons…

Information just reaching us indicates that another popular WWE Superstar may be considering taking the route of retirement. This was made known during a recent Q&A session on Twitter when , Stardust was replying fans who were asking him all manner or questions and when it was time to speak about his career and the possibility of him doing wrestling again, the WWE Superstar dropped the shock.

Earlier Stardust said his former self Cody Rhodes would never appear on WWE again and also said that his former character was a thing of the past.

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We know Superstars like speaking in riddles or using figure of speech; at times they say some things and later retract and say another but in this case, fans are beginning to think his career could be coming to an end especially as he said “Cody Rhodes would never appear on WWE again”

Stardust, real name Cody Runnels, came into WWE in 2007 and between 2008 to 2010, he was one character to high repute and fame. He has the honor of two Intercontentinal Championships, two Tag Team Championships, three World Tag Team Championships and a Slammy Award followed, before Rhodes adopted the name ‘Stardust’ back in 2014.
The 30-year-old is also very talked about due to the much-publicized feud with Arrow star Stephen Amell, a match he lost on an episode of RAW last May.

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Although their rivalry is still something that leaves a lot of people speechless since the whole thing heated up after the event as Stardust stole Amell’s Slammy Award for Celebrity Moment of the Year last December.

Anyway, the two stars are still expected to do a match again at the Dallas Comic Con this February and there chances that Stardust will win him this time.

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