In a recent interview with Robbie Fox of My Mom’s Basement, WWE RAW superstar Cody Rhodes discussed several topics, including his role as the Executive Producer for A&E’s upcoming Biography: WWE Legends – Dusty Rhodes episode.

“Maybe a little too hands-on. The documentary, and I believe it airs on you know, that Superstar Sunday with A&E, I think it airs the week before WrestleMania, actually pretty positive, it is incredible, and I don’t want to say I disagreed, I had some trouble with the story the director, the showrunner of this documentary, I had some trouble with how he was telling it, and that’s why I said maybe I was a little too hands-on, because it’s my Dad and people always want to talk to me about wrestling objectively, Dusty objectively and you know this about me, he’s my Dad, I don’t want to have those objective conversations.

In this case, I needed to, I’m the Executive Producer, the story has to be told correctly, but also this is who we’ve entrusted to tell the vision. Upon seeing the first cut, he told the right story, he tells the story of Dusty Rhodes through the eyes of his four kids, and not just the first two, but also the last two, me and Teil, and that really rounds it out as far as who he was, and there are some secrets in here that aren’t secrets I guess to wrestling insiders, but I’m really excited for A&E casual watchers who just catch these things to see how special he was, not just while he was doing it and being ‘The American Dream’, but that last chapter of his life, kind of the winner of his life with NXT.”

The full interview is available at this link.