That wouldn’t be a fantastical supposition assuming you’ve looked over WWE‘s social media channels recently. the authority WWE and WWENetwork handles have been conveying pictures from the courageous appearance of Cody Rhodes at Hell in a Cell as their header photographs for more than seven days.
The header photographs are normally held for banners of impending premium live events or a conventional photograph of current champions, WWE would normally change the header for a concise period to mean a critical moment – like when Big E brought home the WWE Championship – however, it’s very uncommon for the organization to highlight only one Superstar in such a light.
It ought to be noticed that WWE on BT Sports and WWE on FOX highlight Roman Reigns and The Bloodline in their header photographs, however, those are not accounts worked directly by WWE. Besides, the latter account focuses vigorously on SmackDown Superstars.
There’s little uncertainty that WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon is starting to see Cody Rhodes as the ‘face of the WWE‘ material. In last week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer revealed that McMahon settled on the decision to have a harmed Rhodes rout, Seth Rollins, at Hell in a Cell, even though regular wrestling convention requires the person who is going to go through a medical procedure to lose in such circumstances.
Meltzer said that Vince McMahon chose to go with the completion that held together Rhodes’ undefeated streak since joining the organization two months prior.
The undefeated Rhodes is supposed to miss as long as 9 months of activity, WWE reported last Friday after The American Nightmare went through a medical procedure to fix a torn pectoral ligament. With Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns probably going to Hollywood in the long run, Rhodes could be very nearly turning into WWE‘s marquee Superstar.