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Wrestling Fix: Cody Rhodes explains why he returned as Stardust, John Cena says he’ll never quit WWE and more links

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Cody Rhodes pens a very, very personal letter to his father, the late “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes. In it, Rhodes explains why he returned as Stardust, the special meaning behind the character, his dreams of winning the WWE Championship, bringing back War Games and wrestling a 60-minute match. Read it. [Being Brandi Runnels]

Sting is doing a Q&A in the UK in October. [Inside the Ropes]

Speaking of Sting … we could be headed for a meeting with the new face of fear. Potential spoilers ahead. [Squared Circle]

John Cena’s quirky Instagram account may be evolving. Please, never change, John.

John Cena says he’ll never quit WWE, even if his acting career takes off. [TMZ]

Tye Dillinger’s Perfect 10 gimmick is coming to NXT.

Finally….he's here. #Perfect10 @wwenxt @wwe

A photo posted by Tye Dillinger (@wwedillinger) on

All of the F-5s. All of them.

Xavier Woods and Seth Rollins play Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and talk about being champions.

Tito Santana’s Taqueria is a real place in Beacon, New York.

 

NEW JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING
The G-1 Climax tournament begins early Monday morning. Here’s what the block tourney is all about. [Wrestling Observer]

New Japan fashion!  [Wrestling on Earth]

 

GLOBAL FORCE WRESTLING
Justin Gabriel (PJ Black) is an adrenaline junkie.

Curt Hawkins (Brian Myers) wants the GFW championship more than Chris Masters. Or so he says.

Chris Masters (Modertzy) explains why he left WWE.

 

LUCHA UNDERGROUND
King Cuerno meets Killshot for one of the ancient Aztec medallions.

 

HOUSE OF HARDCORE
Results of the big card featuring the Young Bucks vs. the Dudley Boys and Tommy Dreamer vs. Chris Hero. [Wrestling Inc]

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Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.

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