During a recent appearance on Wrestling Republic’s Soul Sessions, Brooke Havok opened up on how she admires her mentor Cody Rhodes for competing with a torn pec during last year’s WWE Hell in a Cell PLE.
Brooke Havok is currently one of the most interesting and rising female talents that emerged from the well-known Nightmare Factory, training under the guidance of ‘The American Nightmare’ Cody Rhodes and QT Marshall.
After debuting in late December 2020, Brooke Havok had the opportunity to make her first appearances at AEW Dark -being accompanied to the ring by Cody himself in some of her matches- before suffering from an ACL injury in January 2021 and being out of action for several months..
While speaking to Soul on the latest edition of Wrestling Republic’s Soul Sessions, Brooke Havok opened up on how much she admires her mentor Cody Rhodes for fighting through pain and competing with a devastating torn pec injury during his iconic match with Seth Rollins at WWE Hell in a Cell 2022.
When reflecting on this, Brooke Havok said: “Yeah, it was such a crazy side to see. Everybody has seen after that match how much Cody actually cares about this and what he would put his body through just for the business and everything.
So it was such a moment of, well like yeah even my trainer would work through these things and it was super inspiring to watch the whole thing because you could see here how hard somebody works behind the scenes and stuff and then put it on to carry over that much through injuries and stuff was crazy to see. So I always look up to him, you know he’s such a big idol and mentor to me.”
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