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Bayley Responds To Cody Guest Show Suggestion


WWE conducted a poll on their Twitter account asking who should be the next guest on Bayley’s ‘Ding Dong Hello!’ which had some interesting recommendations – most notably Cody Rhodes.

AEW’s Dr. Britt Baker responded to the poll suggesting that Bayley should have the American Nightmare Cody Rhodes as her next guest. Bayley showed interest in having the AEW Executive Vice President on her talk show, the former SmackDown Women’s Champion responded simply with a picture of her smiling.

After the successful premiere episode with Bianca Belair, this is likely just a joke response from Bayley, who is having some fun on Twitter recently. Only days ago, she requested that Triple H included her in the inaugural Women’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic on NXT which again drew responses as to whom; such as Beth Phoenix, Nicole Matthews, Carmella & current rival Bianca Belair,

Bayley added her own suggestions for some guests she’d like to appear on ‘Ding Dong Hello!’. These included WWE’s own Larry Heck (coach), Michael Cole, Kalisto, Lamorne Morris, Ellen DeGeneres, Paramore’s Hayley Williams, Matthew McConaughey & finally a dog named Flex (which generated the biggest response from the WWE Universe).

The suggestion that Cody would appear on a WWE product seems an incredibly unrealistic reach, the current AEW star was last seen on WWE TV (in character as ‘Stardust’) in a loss to Zack Ryder on the May 20 episode of Superstars in 2016. This followed an unsuccessful reach for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 32 in a multi-man ladder match.

Bayley recently had her current rival, Bianca Belair, on the Talk Show ‘Ding Dong Hello!’ in which an obstacle course for next Friday on SmackDown was proposed (& accepted). Both women have also announced their entries into the Women’s Royal Rumble match and are destined to have a face-off in the marquee match at the PPV.

We now wait to see if the two can settle their differences next week on SmackDown in the ‘obstacle course’.