By Ryan Clark | September 03, 2005
Speaking about the offer, Rhodes said, "I think it's just opportunity to continue what I've really enjoyed doing since 1974, and that's create exciting scenarios. Being able to work with a group of young kids and some veterans to give my opinion on some stuff and my ideas, I think that is exciting too."
Rhodes specifically plans to make SmackDown! a spicier, more electrifying show. "[SmackDown!]'s got great athletes and they've got great action, they've done some tremendous stuff, but I want it to knock you off the couch when it opens up," Rhodes said.
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