You all are aware of “in-game exclusives,” NFTs, and other arbitrary of anorak culture are king. In professional wrestling, only the host of the “Major Wrestling Figures” podcast, Matt Cardona, aka Zack Ryder associated with the action. Cody Rhodes, Cardona is “one of the cheapest people [he’s] ever met,” saying Cardona’s favorite saying is “‘Crumbs make crumb cake.’”
During the previous weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, Rhodes stated that Cardona gave a nasty amount for an action figure. “He spent $40,000 for a prototype of Rhythm & Blues Greg [Valentine],” Rhodes said.
Like other figure investors Cardona also, jolt some figures and then resell them. For one toy he paid $ 40K which is a little much, Rhodes and the SDCC panel worker said.
“So you can’t pay for a bar tab,” Cody joked. “You can’t have a drink at EPCOT? But you can pay for Rhythm & Blues Greg? Just a mess.”
What @CodyRhodes did for his career/pro wrestling is incredible. Undesirable to undeniable. As a friend, I’m extremely proud of what he’s accomplished/what he’ll continue to do.
I learned from him…then did it my way. I hope the next does the same. And so on and so forth. https://t.co/e0sjtqgxqI
— Matt Cardona (@TheMattCardona) February 26, 2022
The figure that was talking about Cody is like his “holy grail” Cardona said. That figure was reproduced again. The rhythm $ Blues version of Greg’s “The Hammer” was never premiered in stories.
Actually, Cardona recently grew up from bicep surgery, after getting injured in NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
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