WATCH: Cody Rhodes appears in an advertisement for the popular Amazon Prime Show

WWE: Cody Rhodes, the undisputed WWE Champion, was featured in a new advertisement for "The Boys". "The American Nightmare" has frequently been likened to one of the most cruel villains

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Cody Rhodes, the undisputed WWE Champion, was featured in a new advertisement for "The Boys". "The American Nightmare" has frequently been likened to one of the most cruel villains in contemporary comic book history, who has been made into one of Amazon Prime's most popular shows. Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes is frequently likened to "The Boys'" Homelander, from his bleached blonde hair to his flowing entrance gear capes in red, white, and blue.

It appears even Cody Rhodes has joined in on the analogy. The champion collaborated with Prime to appear in a promo for the show, which was shared on Instagram on Tuesday. In footage from the first five episodes of the current season of the program, Rhodes is shown turning away from the camera, draped in an American flag cloak, without much gore or violence.

Since his incredible championship victory, The American Nightmare has carried the organization on his back, from frequent in-ring performances to his unmistakable connection with the public. Now, his celebrity has spread beyond wrestling, landing him a role in a new advertisement.

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The fourth season of the Prime Video program has generated a lot of hype. Cody Rhodes starred in a new ad dressed as Homelander. He questioned Homelander, "So, what do you want to talk about?" Rhodes posted the ad on Twitter, noting that Homelander had met his "American Nightmare".

Cody Rhodes to face the Bloodline

Rhodes has often been likened to Homelander since they both have blonde hair, and Rhodes' entrance outfit is quite similar to the character's clothing. Cody previously stated that his style was not inspired by Homelander.

Rhodes may be wishing he had his own Compound V to get superpowers before attending Money in the Bank in Toronto, Canada on Saturday. The champion will join up with Randy Orton and Kevin Owens to face three members of The Bloodline: Solo Sikoa, Tama Tonga, Tonga Loa, and Jacob Fatu, who recently made his debut.

The American Nightmare has recently emerged as one of WWE's most popular babyfaces. However, he did mention the likelihood of a future heel turn, which became a matter of conversation.

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