Cody and Young Bucks’ All In Update

Photo: Cody Rhodes

The Bullet Club is red hot right now and going full steam ahead. The Young Bucks just captured their record seventh IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Titles at Wrestle Kingdom 12 and Cody Rhodes had a strong showing against Ibushi.  Their YouTube series Being the Elite, chronicles their lives outside of the ring and includes some fun storylines.  Their merchandise is the hottest selling on both ProWrestlingTees and Hot Topic.  In fact, it’s hard to find a section of independent professional wrestling that the Bullet Club is not excelling with. They have now further branched out and are promoting their own show. Cody and the Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, have now finally announced a date for their self-financed, pay per view show, which is officially called ALL IN.  They have chosen September 1, 2018, but have yet to announce the location or any ticket information.

They have however started to announce some of the Bullet Club members expected to appear on the show as the Twitter account @all_in_2018 was set up and started retweeting talent announcements.

Those announced so far include Marty Scurll, Hangman Page, Stephen Amell, Kenny Omega and of course Cody and the Young Bucks.

The show became a reality not long after Dave Meltzer claimed that Ring of Honor couldn’t support a 10,000 seat venue.  Cody and the Bucks took this as a challenge and began scouting locations.

Photo: Twitter
Photo: Twitter


Of the locations scouted the front-runners are reportedly Chicago (Illinois), Ontario (California), and London (England).

It is expected that this is a one-time event and not start of a promotion as The Bucks and Cody are signed to domestic inclusive contracts with Ring of Honor, who will be working alongside Cody and The Young Bucks in the Pay Per View deal and staffing.