Dusty Rhodes may refer to:
- Dusty Rhodes (baseball coach) (born 1946), former head coach of the North Florida Ospreys baseball team
- Dusty Rhodes (footballer) (1882–1960), English association football player
- Dusty Rhodes (music producer), country music producer, fl. 1960s
- Dusty Rhodes (outfielder) (1927–2009), Major League Baseball player
- Dusty Rhodes (wrestler) (born 1945), ring name of professional wrestler Virgil Runnels, Jr
- Dusty Rhodes (author), American author
- Robert Fripp (born 1946), toured with Peter Gabriel's band in 1977 under the name Dusty Rhodes
- Harold Rhodes (cricketer) (born 1936), English cricketer, sometimes referred to as "Dusty" Rhodes
- Raleigh Rhodes (1918–2007), nicknamed Dusty Rhodes, Air Medal recipient
- Thomas L. Rhodes (born 1939), Thomas L. "Dusty" Rhodes, American political editor and president of National Review
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... November 25, 1989, Wright debuted at WWF Saturday Night's Main Event as a fan cheering on Dusty Rhodes in his match against Big Boss Man ... Sapphire began to manage Dusty Rhodes, both adorned in black outfits with yellow polka dots ... Sapphire along with Rhodes later on entered into a feud with Randy Savage and Sensational Sherri as Sapphire teamed with Rhodes to take on Savage and Sherri in a tag team match at ...
... After Steamboat departed JCP for the WWF, Blanchard and Dusty Rhodes began a feud for the TV title ... On March 16, 1985, Rhodes defeated Blanchard to win the NWA Television Championship, ending Blanchard's 353 day reign ... half of 1985 with Blanchard regaining the title and losing it back to Rhodes in early July 1985 at the Great American Bash inside a steel cage Rhodes also won the services of Baby Doll for 30 days ...
... The Warriors joined forces with Dusty Rhodes and Nikita Koloff in a bloody feud with the Four Horsemen ... Road Warriors also picked up the NWA Six-Man tag team titles twice alongside Dusty Rhodes ... of that year the Road Warriors played a role in ending Dusty Rhodes' tenure as head booker for the promotion ...
Famous quotes containing the words rhodes and/or dusty:
“Were definite in Nova Scotiabout things like ships ... and fish, the best in the world.”
—John Rhodes Sturdy, Canadian screenwriter. Richard Rossen. Joyce Cartwright (Ella Raines)
Gabble and hiss, but heroes seek release
From dusty bondage into luminous air.”
—Edna St. Vincent Millay (18921950)