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Indie News: Name and date of Cody Rhodes and Young Bucks' ambitious 10,000 seat event revealed

Gary Cassidy
31.34K   //    10 Jan 2018, 22:23 IST


What's the story?

In an interview with ESPN late last year, former Ring of Honor World Champion Cody Rhodes revealed that he and his fellow Bullet Club associates were planning to host a 10,000 capacity event.

Well, it seems that those details are now starting to leak through via Cody, the Young Bucks and a Twitter page sent up for the event titled: "All In."

In case you didn't know…

Bullet Club members Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) announced last year that they would be completely self-financing a huge wrestling event, with the aim of selling out a 10,000 capacity venue.

They said it would not be officially named as a Ring of Honour event, instead a standalone completely organised by them

The heart of the matter

Well, it seems that those details are now finalised and we're starting to find out more about the actual event itself.

Twitter page All In has appeared with the header photo also has the trio stop in between Kenny Omega and Steven Amell, so we can only assume they will be involved too.

Some tweets are beginning to be shared on the page, too, with these three appearing so far.


What's next?

The hype train seems to be chugging along now, and this looks like it could be huge!

The event will surely be historic, but I'm sure everyone is now waiting for the location and line-up to be revealed.

Author's take

If anyone can pull this off, these guys can. I mean, look at the Hot Topic deal. There's also a rumour that Funko will be releasing collectable figures of the trio soon too, and they've absolutely lit up the independent scene over the past year.

It'll be very interesting to see where the event takes place, but the fact that a date is set is some huge progress! The logo and graphic work all looks pretty clean too, so this is definitely building up to be something huge.

We'll just need to play the waiting game and see just how far Cody and the Bucks take this.

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Gary Cassidy
Gary Cassidy is a freelance journalist from Glasgow, Scotland, specialising in professional wrestling with Sportskeeda. Gary has ten years' writing experience and a 2:1 Honours degree, and is also a subtitler working on both live and prerecorded broadcast for television channels across the UK, USA and Australia.
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