The kerfuffle started when Cody and Brandi Rhodes tweeted their issues with WWE using the Starrcade name without crediting Dusty Rhodes hasn’t died down, but it sure has gone in some interesting directions.
After Michael Hayes agreed with Cody that his half-brother Dustin, aka Goldust, should be wrestling, he also offered the younger Rhodes a spot on the card (catch up on the saga here). Goldy loved the idea, and followed in his old man’s footsteps by doing some booking of his own:
#Starrcade ? Hmm Dustin and @CodyRhodes team together vs @JEFFHARDYBRAND and @MATTHARDYBRAND ??— Dustin Rhodes (@Goldust) September 18, 2017
Matt Hardy is in:
Sign us up !! Make it happen, Booker Man.. @MichaelPSHayes1 https://t.co/llz3cBv6vg— REBORN by FATE (@MATTHARDYBRAND) September 18, 2017
And Dustin already has the promotional materials ready!
Need I say more!! pic.twitter.com/HuIjFwSXVE— Dustin Rhodes (@Goldust) September 18, 2017
But The Broken/Woken One decided that if two sets of brothers are good, three would be DELIGHTFUL! While he’s at it, he’s ready to turn Starrcade into Total Nonstop Deletion II...
I'd LOVE for Cody to bring @MattJackson13 & @NickJacksonYB with him.. I'll bring @RebyHardy, King Maxel & Senor Benjamin with me. #Starrcade https://t.co/6FLxTLvjen— REBORN by FATE (@MATTHARDYBRAND) September 19, 2017
The only problem with this bit of internet fun is the fantasy booking might end up better than the real show.