Indy News: Matt Jackson reveals fascinating match being canceled from 'All In' show
This match would have certainly been a huge addition to Cody Rhodes' upcoming show.
What's the story?
Earlier today, Bullet Club member and one half of the Young Bucks, Matt Jackson revealed one of the original matches that were being planned for Cody Rhodes' upcoming 10,000 seat event entitled "All In".
In case you didn't know...
Cody Rhodes, along with his Bullet Club buddies Matt and Nick Jackson, the Young Bucks have decided to organize a self-funded supershow called All In. The event is confirmed to be a 10,000 seat event and will be the biggest non-WWE wrestling event in the US. 2017 was also said to be the single most profitable year in Cody Rhodes' career and The American Nightmare is now looking to change the landscape of Independent Wrestling.
The heart of the matter
Matt Jackson has revealed on Twitter that he and his brother Nick Jackson were originally scheduled to face off against The World's Cutest Tag Team, that is the duo of Joey Ryan and Candice LeRae in a rematch from Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, 2014.
Matt stated in his tweet that their (indicated towards the Young Bucks) original plan was to wrestle Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan one last time at the All In show. Additionally, Matt also praised Candice as one of the best in the business today.
However, as of right now, it seems like this match pitched by Matt Jackson is now likely to be scrapped due to Candice LeRae recently signing a contract with the WWE. But despite all of this, the show must go on and there is no doubt that 'All In' is going to one of the most historic shows in Indy Wrestling history.
The likes of Marty Scurll, Hangman Page, IWGP US Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega and of course Cody Rhodes have all been already confirmed for the event and there has also been a rumor that has suggested that we might finally witness the epic clash between Cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega at All In.
The Young Bucks vs World's Cutest Tag Team match would've certainly been a huge addition to the All In match card but with such star power already added to the show, this event is bound to be a success.