WWE Hall Of Famer Claims They Don’t Have A Lot Of Time Left

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A legendary WWE Hall of Famer is open to doing more in pro wrestling while also admitting the end of their career is near.

After spending five years in All Elite Wrestling, Arn Anderson no longer works there. The WWE Hall of Famer who is known for his legendary career as a wrestler was also a valuable asset for WWE behind the scenes for nearly 20 years before moving on to AEW.

During his AEW career, Anderson was most known for being the coach/manager of Cody Rhodes during Cody’s three-year run in the company. While Arn was involved with some others as well, he was mostly seen on screen as a mentor-coach of Rhodes.

The Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes recently teased the idea of having a “classic wrestling manager” with him in WWE as well.

Arn Anderson was on Busted Open Radio where he was asked about what Cody said.

“I wonder what that was about. What was he setting me up for in that deal? I did [hear what Rhodes said], and I was very humbled and appreciative, and he allowed me to have some fun on my way out, which I thought I was way past that. So I was very appreciative of that.”

Would Arn Anderson Make WWE Return To Join Cody Rhodes?

The discussion continued as Anderson spoke about how old he is while admitting he doesn’t know if it would be good for him to be on screen with Cody Rhodes again.

“Well, in case you don’t know, I am 65, and my liver is 127. I am on short time, and I don’t have a lot of time.”

“Would I come back in the right situation for a short-term something with Cody? If anybody out there thinks it’s a good idea, let me know. I don’t know.”

“That would be something because he and I have never had that conversation. We had a couple texts back and forth, and it never came up. So I went, maybe that was just him testing the waters himself.”

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