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Cody Rhodes keeps one of his WarnerMedia side hustles

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The Go-Big Show has been renewed for a second season on TBS. It’s essentially a talent show featuring death-defying stunts. Cody Rhodes and Snoop Dogg starred as two of the judges in season one.

The Sept. 9, 2020 episode of Dynamite ended with a “breaking news” hype video promoting Cody’s role on that show. The 10-episode taping schedule played a role in Cody dropping the TNT championship to Brodie Lee in August and missing a few weeks of Dynamite, as well as the All Out 2020 pay-per-view. Cody immediately regained the title in October after he returned to Dynamite.

Cody will reprise his role as a judge for season two, but Snoop Dogg will be replaced on the panel by DJ Khaled. The second season will include 10 episodes and will begin filming next month, so don’t be surprised if Malakai Black engages in artsy dastardly behavior to put Cody down for a few weeks.

Will you be checking out season two of Go-Big Show?

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