Cody Rhodes Heaps Praise for AEW Star Who Announced His Departure From the Company

Published 11/28/2023, 3:06 PM EST

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Cody Rhodes tweeted on November 28th a heartfelt post for his former AEW co-worker, QT Marshall. In the post, he bid adieu to the AEW star who worked on over 750 formats while working at AEW. Marshall also runs the Nightmare Factory, Rhodes’ wrestling school where he’s trained many top stars including Jade Cargill, Hook and Julia Hart.

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The caption for the tweet read, “Did the work – was essential in making so many memories for fans & has been so instrumental in helping countless wrestlers. A pros’ PRO. We almost became friends ha. I can’t wait to see what you do next! An OG and outstanding “num 2” through his tenure. Congratulations QT on the run so far.

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Cody Rhodes’ comment was in response to a tweet shared by QT Marshall on November 27th where he informed wrestling fans about his resignation from AEW. In the resignation post shared by QT Marshall, he stated that he wants to go ‘All In’ and felt that that AEW was going in a ‘different direction’ compared to its inception . Both Rhodes and Marshall have been with AEW since the company was founded in 2019.

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While Marshall thanked everyone from the AEW team, Rhodes congratulated Marshall for his run so far with Tony Khan’s firm.

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