The battle of Cody Rhodes with Darby Alline after the match did not turn out to be a beautiful sight, and fans and critics were discussing whether it should happen at all.
After a long battle between Rhodes and Allen, which ended in a 20-minute time limit, Rhodes jumped Shawn Spears (formerly Tye Dillinger), who was armed with a steel chair.
Spears swung a gun, firing an unprotected shot at Rhodes's skull, and even tried to endanger Brandi Rhodes when he tried to intervene. After that, Cody blew out of the back of the head and sought help in the locker room, with the assistance of Dean Malenka, MJF and others.
Rhodes has recently returned to work in the production area, and AEW is tweetao, "12 connectors and no earthquake."
A header in the opposition was sent off by the referee, especially Jim Ross. With the chairs that have been seen today as a taboo in wrestling, Spears's attack is shown as a particularly lousy.
Cody was set up for Dustin's brother Fight for the Fallen team in two weeks, taking over The Young Bucks.