He is currently filming the upcoming “Cutter Bill” movie. At this time, Rhodes has no retirement date in mind for his in-ring wrestling career. The reason for that is due to him not showing any signs of slowing down physically.
“I know what my body is capable of, so I do not have an end date to share with you.”
So far, Rhodes has worked two matches for AEW. The first came when he lost a brutal match to Cody Rhodes at Double Or Nothing back in May. The other match came when he teamed up with his brother where they lost to The Young Bucks at Fight for the Fallen in July.
Rhodes also gave a prediction as to what he thinks the future of AEW will be.
“From what I can see, AEW is going to be huge. They are already breaking sell-out records, and their fanbase is strong. Gonna be a fun ride if you’re on the train. And as always, thank you, and #KeepSteppin #NeverLookBack.”