Cody Rhodes AEW Salary

Cody Rhodes is an American professional wrestler, promoter, businessman, and actor, currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is an executive vice president of All Elite Wrestling (AEW) but he also wrestles for AEW. His real name is Cody Garrett Runnels. Runnels debuted in wrestling professionally in 2006.

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) Salary

As everyone knows AEW owner Tony Khan seems to be thinking along the same lines as he commented on wrestlers having better schedules following the Double or Nothing rally. AEW may even drive WWE’s more established competitor to offer more entertaining content, higher salaries, and a more diverse roster.


Rhodes is one of the highest-paid wrestlers in AEW. The most successful Aew wrestlers have a salary over a million dollars, and even though the “sport” may not be as popular as it once was, wrestlers still make a nice living from fame and fortune. Cody Rhodes is not only a wrestler but also an executive vice president there. That’s why his salary will be more than any of AEW’s pro wrestler.

What is the Salary of Cody Rhodes in AEW?

Cody Rhode’s AEW salary will be approximately $3 Million. He is vice president of AEW, where is also wrestles for All Elite Wrestling. At their inaugural pay-per-view event on 25 May Double or Nothing, Cody defeated his real-life half-brother Dustin Runnels. On 29 June at Fyter Fest, Cody wrestled with Darby Allin to a time limit draw. After this match, Cody was attacked by Shawn Spears (Tye Dillinger) and struck with a chair shot that caused Rhodes to bleed heavily from the back of his head. While Rhodes did not suffer a concussion, he did require 12 surgical staples. Spears’ actions would be condemned by MJF, Cody’s self-proclaimed best friend. MJF would later become Cody’s cornerman for his matches.

At Fight for the Fallen 2019, Cody and Dustin Rhodes faced the Young Bucks in a losing effort. At All Out on August 31, Cody emerged victorious in a grudge match against Shawn Spears (Tye Dillinger). With this win, Cody Rhodes improved his win-loss-draw record in singles matches to 2–0–1, granting him a match for the AEW World Championship against champion Chris Jericho at the Full Gear pay-per-view. On the inaugural episode of AEW Dynamite on 2 October Cody defeated Sammy Guevara. On the November 6 episode of Dynamite, Cody announced that if were to lose at Full Gear, he would never challenge for the AEW world title again. At the pay-per-view on November 9, Cody failed to win the championship from Jericho after MJF threw in the towel. After the match, MJF turned on Cody by kicking him the groin.

Cody Talking On Wrestlers Pay

Rhodes On Possibility Of AEW Talent Having Health Insurance, Wrestler Pay. Cody said that AEW will not necessarily provide health insurance for wrestlers, anyone that gets hurt in an AEW ring will have their medical expenses 100% covered. Their first goal is to raise pay, then they plan to tighten up their infrastructure after “Double or Nothing”. Cody says that he would like to see treatment for wrestlers to be similar to Hollywood. was launched on July 1, 2018, with a mission to provide precise & frequent news updates, hard-hitting analysis, and constructive media reviews from the multiple realms of Pro-Wrestling universe to inform and entertain Pro-Wrestling fans around the globe.



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