AEW Pro Cody Rhodes Enlists Arn Anderson as Head Coach for 2020 Season

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All Elite Wrestling Pro Cody Rhodes is ending 2019 with quite the announcement.

He took to Twitter earlier today with a press release and stated that retired wrestling professional Arn Anderson will be his personal advisor and head coach starting in 2020.

In the press release Rhodes stated:

“2019 was the most successful year I’ve had in pro-wrestling,” said Cody, EVP of AEW. “Beyond the superfluous financial, it’s been incredibly rewarding on a spiritual level to be able to engage so many fans with a like-minded place in their hearts for the sport.

“That said, one of my greatest fears came true as I lost the opportunity to wrestle for the World Championship again. But, on the other side of that fear is freedom to chase every other accolade outside of that title. I still want to collect all the accolades I can and dominate the singles division. That’s why I’m bringing in Arn Anderson as my personal advisor and head coach. He has been in business with my family for over three decades. Having been a wrestler throughout so many different generations of talent, he understands what ingredients it takes to look beyond the horizon and produce the best content and results.”

Arn Anderson started his wrestling career in 1982. He holds multiple tag team titles and was a long-time road agent for some of wrestlings biggest names in the business.

Rhodes is set to introduce Anderson as his advisor this Wednesday, January 1, 2020, during the DYNAMITE event in Jacksonville, Flordia.

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