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Cody Rhodes Spills Beans On Book He's Writing About Late Father Dusty Rhodes

Fresh off of back-to-back losses to upstart Apollo Crews on Monday Night Raw and SmackDown earlier this week, Stardust unwound by holding court with the WWE Universe via an impromptu Twitter Q&A session Friday.

Part of the give-and-take exchange with the fans had the outer-dimensional superstar tackling whether he believes he's an underrated performer on WWE's roster.

As the Twitter session continued and Cody spoke about everything from having his wife Eden Stiles as his manager once, to Zack Ryder and the sheer volume of times he's been featured on live WWE programming, he let loose an intriguing revelation — he's penning a book about his late dad, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes.

Oddly enough, Cody spilled the beans about the book when a fan mentioned that he misses Tyson Kidd, who's recovering from surgery.

It remains to be seen what Cody is referring to, but in typical WWE Universe fashion, rabid wrestling fans must have mentioned Tyson enough for him to address it himself.

"I owe a lot to Dusty," Tyson tweeted later in the day Friday. "Especially those that saw me there witnessed the difference he made on me."

We can't wait to see how Cody brings all of this out in the book about his iconic father, who died in June 2015 at the age of 69. As legendary as Dusty Rhodes was in the ring as the Common Man, memorably feuding with Ric Flair, he was an equally important staple behind the scenes as a special consultant for WWE, mentoring superstars backstage and having a say in storylines.

We're sure Cody will be calling on his brother Dustin Rhodes to help fill in some of the pages. As colorful a career as Dusty had, they'll have their work cut out for them.

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