What's the story?
WWE veteran Goldust may not be a part of his brother's self-financed wrestling show All In, but the former WWE Intercontinental Champion took it to his official Twitter handle in order to send his blessings to his younger brother and former WWE star Cody Rhodes.
In case you didn't know...
In the year 2017, Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks decided to organize a big wrestling event billed All In, which will seat a total of 10,000 people and is likely to be the biggest Independent Wrestling show of all time.
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The initial reason why Rhodes and The Young Bucks decided to organize this self-financed event is due to a Twitter exchange between Rhodes and The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer, who had previously claimed that Cody’s home promotion Ring of Honor was not capable of selling out a 10,000 seat arena.
As of now, several top stars such as the likes of Kazuchika Okada, Tessa Blanchard, Jay Lethal, and current IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega have all been confirmed to appear at All In.
The heart of the matter
Prior to the inaugural All In event, WWE veteran and former Intercontinental Champion Goldust took it to the social media in order to send his good wishes for younger brother Cody Rhodes.
As noted, Goldust gave Cody all his best wishes for All In, as the former prepares to compete for the coveted NWA World Heavyweight Championship against current champion Nick Aldis. Goldust, in addition, also stated that the entire world will be witnessing the magic that has been created by his brother Cody.
Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks’ upcoming All In event will take place on the 1st of September at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois and you can tune in here for all the live updates from the show.
Below is the final match card for All In:
Zero Hour Pre-Show
- The Briscoes vs. SCU
- The Over Budget Battle Royale: Bran Cutler, Colt Cabana, Marko Stunt, Jimmy Jacobs, Billy Gunn, Brian Cage, Rocky Romero, Jordynne Grace, Ethan Page, Moose, and more.
- The Young Bucks and Kota Ibushi vs. Rey Mysterio, Rey Fenix and Bandido
- Hangman Page vs. Joey Janela
- Marty Scurll vs. Kazuchika Okada
- Christopher Daniels vs. Stephen Amell
- Britt Bakers vs. Tessa Blanchard vs. Ashley Rayne vs. Chelsea Green
- Kenny Omega vs. Pentagon Jr.
- Jay Lethal vs. The Winner of the Over Budget Battle Royale (Ring of Honor World Championship)
- Nick Aldis(c) vs Cody (NWA Championship)