All Elite Wrestling came under criticism this weekend for its alleged lack of diversity. As documented by 411 Mania, Cody Rhodes took to Twitter and responded to a fan's comments about the lack of black athletes in AEW's main event scene. Rhodes, however, was quick to highlight how the company has been practicing what it preaches regarding the importance of diversity.
Rhodes used Scorpio Sky and Brandi Rhodes as examples of AEW's commitment to giving black performers a platform. Sky was one half of the company's inaugural Tag Team Championships, while Brandi is the Chief Branding Officer, a role that gives her a lot of input in regard to how the company is run.
"One of our first champions was a black man. We have the only black executive in wrestling history as part of our core infrastructure as well. Our fans are beyond valued, I'd encourage you to watch my interview from this past week where I spoke directly to the viewer at home."
Rhodes himself has also been critical of wrestlers who don't agree with AEW's diversity initiative. As The Inquisitr previously reported, he criticized former WWE superstar Val Venis, who took umbrage with Rose winning the Women's Championship.