Cody Rhodes

Cody Garrett Rubio Runnels

D.O.B: 30 June, 1985
Birthplace: Marietta, Georgia
Height: 6’2″
Weight: 220lbs
Trained By: Al Snow, Bruno Sassi, Dusty Rhodes, Glacier, Steve Day
Family Ties: Dusty Rhodes (Father), Brandi Rhodes (Wife), Goldust (Half Brother), Fred Ottman (Uncle), Jerry Sags (Uncle), Magnum T.A. (Godfather)
Twitter: @PrinceCGR@CodyRhodes

Cody Garrett Rubio Runnels is an actor and professional wrestler, currently working for Ring of Honor and TNA, as well as several other promotions on the independent circuit.

He has previously worked for WWE under the ring names Cody Rhodes and Stardust.

Runnels is the son of wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, and the half brother of Dustin Runnels, better known as WWE star Goldust.

He is an accomplished amateur wrestler, winning two Georgia State Championships before joining WWE.

Whilst working in WWE’s developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling, he won the Triple Crown. He was then moved to the WWE main roster, where he went on to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship on two occasions, the WWE Tag Team Championship on three occasions and the World Tag Team Championship on three occasions.

In May 2016, Runnels announced that he had parted ways with WWE.

Personal Life

Cody Runnels was born in Marietta, Georgia and attended Lassiter High School. Whilst there, Runnels proved himself as an accomplished amateur wrestler, winning two-Georgia State Championships.

He had planned to wrestle collegiately at Pennsylvania Stae University, but instead opted to pursue a career in professional wrestling. During his time at high school, Runnels worked as a referee for his father’s promotion, Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling.

Upon graduating, he attended acting school.

In September 2013, Runnels married Brandi Reed, who then worked for WWE as a backstage interviewer and ring announcer, under the name Eden Stiles.

Runnels is a big fan of video games and comic books, using the Triforce symbol from The Legend of Zelda on his wrestling boots.

Professional Wrestling Career

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