Given the tremendous amount of success that Cody Rhodes has been experiencing over the past few years, it is almost easy to forget that he was still in WWE portraying the Stardust character just a few years ago. Although some fans have questioned the decision to have Rhodes compete at Stardust, but now, Cody himself talked about the development of the character on Chris Jericho’s Talk is Jericho podcast. According to Cody, Stephanie McMahon suggested the idea while Cody was teaming up with his half-brother, Goldust. Although Rhodes personally wasn’t completely behind the idea, Vince McMahon instantly became a fan of the character. Rhodes compete as Stardust until he left the company in 2016.
Numerous reports have been made over the past few months relating to the possible introduction of tag team titles for WWE’s women’s division. Despite the rumored belts not being introduced at Evolution, several female WWE Superstars have alluded to their eventual arrival. During a recent interview with Josh Lawless at SPORTBible, Nia Jax interestingly claimed that the female WWE stars do not need their own set of Women’s Tag Team Championships. Although Sasha Banks, Bayley, and others have advocated for the titles to be brought in, Jax apparently feels that there is no rush for the company to have these new titles. Nia has begun an alliance with Tamina Snuka, so perhaps these two could capture the titles if they do end up coming to WWE programming after all.
“You know what? I’m probably going to get some crap for it but I’m not. I
don’t think it’s need anytime soon personally. Obviously, if I were to
be put in the tag division, I would want Tamina Snuka to be on my side –
I just feel like we’d be unstoppable. But I’m not someone that thinks
it’s needed yet.” Jax said.
Just about everybody is aware of the popular Carpool Karaoke videos that originated on the Late Late Show with James Corden. The segment has since been launched as a series for Apple Music subscribers, and it continues to see celebrities and musicians travel together in a car while singing some tunes. The stars of WWE are now getting in on the fun as a brand new WWE edition of Carpool Karaoke is now available to watch. Triple H, The New Day, Braun Strowman, Alexa Bliss, Stephanie McMahon, and several others have all taken part in the fun The episode is now available to watch for anybody with an Apple device, but a few clips from the show can also been viewed in the tweets posted down below:
Off the top rope — it’s @WWE #CarpoolKaraoke!
w/ @StephMcMahon @TripleH@BraunStrowman @AlexaBliss_WWE@WWEBigE @TrueKofi @XavierWoodsPhD@NiaJaxWWE @MsCharlotteWWE @BeckyLynchWWE @NaomiWWE @NatbyNature
Stream it FREE on the @AppleTV app! https://t.co/DOZR8fEke1 pic.twitter.com/7OfxOTEbN0
— Carpool Karaoke (@CarpoolKaraoke) November 9, 2018
Finally…our episode of @CarpoolKaraoke has come to the @AppleTV app! ?? Check out @TripleH singing “Bust A Move”, @BraunStrowman “feeling like a woman”, and find out which female @WWE Superstar is the biggest flirt! (Just please don’t judge my singing!) pic.twitter.com/e6p4FXMTQh
— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) November 9, 2018