Justin Gabriel launches twitter rant against Cody Rhodes

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Cody Rhodes is a name that has been in WWE headlines for a few weeks now following his requested release from the company.

The son of the legendary Dusty Rhodes has departed the company after poor booking decisions over his character Stardust.

A new era

Rhodes is now preparing to re-enter the indie circuit and is already confirmed for several matches throughout the summer.


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With matches against the likes of Kurt Angle, Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Ciampa and Mike Bennett, Rhodes is set for a big summer.

While fans of the indie circuit may be excited to see Rhodes, one man who is not looking forward to it is former WWE superstar Justin Gabriel.

Gabriel who now goes under the name of Dr Black has taken to Twitter to express his lack of interest in Rhodes' new career.

The initial tweet in what was the first of many that made up an anti- Cody Rhodes rant saw Gabriel receive a lot of heat from fans on Twitter.

After several tweets where he responded to fans claiming that he was joking and people needed to relax, Gabriel sent one final message.

It will certainly be interesting to see if the two clash over the summer now that Rhodes out of the WWE and if these Twitter remarks will be acted upon.

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