In a move we had a hunch might happen, Stephen Amell has now confirmed (at the Heroes & Villains FanFest) that second-generation wrestling star Cody “Stardust”Rhodes will be making a guest appearance on an episode of Arrow in the upcoming fifth season of the series.
Who Rhodes will play remains a secret but he did comment “You can probably expect Stephen and I to get into another fight.” With him and Amell become close friends off screen (teaming up to raise lots of money for charity) their is a high chance this could be a recurring character.
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