Dusty Rhodes told us that he was the son of a plumber, he told us how much money he made, he told us of his eating habits, and he made us laugh, but he always brought his interviews back around to two basic concepts.
1. He was one of us, he understood us, and he would fight for us.
2. The bad guys are formidable, but they are going to get it.
Dusty Rhodes was a wrestling genius, a mega-star, and a promo artist. But please, don’t take my word for it.
Rest in peace, Dream. You were one of us, you understood us, and you fought for us.
Here are eight of his greatest promos which showed what a powerful force the “American Dream” was in the wrestling industry.