Dustin Rhodes sent a warning to Vince McMahon following All Elite Wrestling’s premiere pay-per-view event, Double or Nothing, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The veteran grappler, who performed in WWE under the name Goldust, fought his brother, Cody Rhodes, last night. Cody defeated Dustin, with Dustin bleeding heavily throughout the match. After the match, Cody cut a promo and said Dustin doesn’t get to retire here. He asked Dustin to team with him at Fight for the Fallen, which takes place on July 13 in Jacksonville, Florida. Cody said he doesn’t need a partner or a friend for the tag match — he needs his older brother. Cody and Dustin then hugged.
During a media scrum after the show, Dustin told Vince to “watch his ass.”
“It was good for Cody, I definitely think it was good for AEW. I’m excited about them, what they’re doing is they’re fixing to take over the world and Vince better watch his ass,” Dustin said.
“I’m excited about [AEW] and what they are doing, because they’re fixing to take over the world, and Vince better watch his ass,” Rhodes said.