He is the youngest member of a well-known professional wrestling family and it seems WWE superstar Stardust is keen to push the focus on the younger members of the WWE roster.
Although it took WWE quite a while to make the feud between Stardust and his older brother Goldust appealing, it seems the timing ahead of WrestleMania XXXI has been ideal.
Following Goldust's win over his younger brother at the Fastlane pay-per-view event this past Sunday night, Stardust's (real name Cody Rhodes) reaction backstage proved that there was little love lost between the pair.
After this however, Cody spoke backstage about his feelings towards not only Goldust, but other older members of the WWE roster too:
"THE SLACK is Goldust. But he's not alone. The slack is Big Show, is Kane, is Mark Henry. It's all these hanger-ons, give me a paycheck, OLD MEN TALKING, YOUNG MEN DYING!"
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He continued: "Everybody's all about hashtags. Well, let me be a little bit classical. No hashtag. My only word is...Get the Attitude out."
Although in recent months there have been several WWE superstars of a younger age who have been given a push within the business, Stardust has not necessarily been one of them.
Although he may feel removing the more experienced professional wrestlers may give him a better chance of becoming more prominent, the likes of Big Show and Kane are still involved in important matches.
For example the pair competed alongside Seth Rollins at Fastlane to defeat Dolph Ziggler, Erick Rowan and Ryback.
The value of such wrestlers therefore is certainly highly regarded to those at WWE, and as for legends who no longer make appearances on WWE shows, their returns are often welcomed more so than some of the younger wrestlers on the roster.
Ultimately, a feud consisting of younger wrestlers including Stardust against older WWE wrestlers would be of interest, but there is little argument that the ex-WWE wrestlers who are now regarded as legends, should be excluded from making any appearances on WWE television.
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