Diamond Dallas Page did an interview with Inside The Ropes to discuss a wide range of topics.
Before this, he hadn’t worked a match since 2016. He noted that he has worked a match in every decade dating back to his first match in 1979, but didn’t have his big runs until the ’90s. He recalled working a match in 2010.
“I thought, ‘God, I’ll have wrestled in five decades. ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, Millennium, 2010.’ Then when Cody asked me to do it in January, I thought, ‘Wow, I’ll have wrestled in six decades.’ There’s a handful, a very small handful of people who can say that. And I plan on doing it on the seventh decade, too. I plan on it. I will do something there. If it comes around. And if I’m in the same shape – which I think I’ll be in better shape.”
He reflected on his AEW match and is good with the idea of that being his first match in AEW, but the final bout of his career.
“I don’t know how we can do anything better. If he comes up with it, then I’ll do it. If he believed it, I’d believe it but I have a lot of other things on my agenda right now, so not right now.”
DDP also talked about Cody Rhodes, how this AEW match came about, and more. Check out the full interview here.