All Elite Wrestling has signed Dustin Rhodes to a multi-year contract that will see the 30-year pro wrestling veteran join the fledgling promotion’s active roster.
Not only will the artist formerly known as Goldust continue his in-ring career with AEW, but he has also signed on as a member of the coaching staff. Rhodes’ duties will include assisting the younger talents in producing their matches, and helping develop their promo skills.
AEW returns to pay-per-view this Saturday in Chicago with ALL OUT, but as of now Dustin has not been announced for the show. Following his bloody Double or Nothing bout against his real-life brother Cody, the two Rhodes men teamed up at Fight for the Fallen to challenge the Young Bucks.