All In: Zero Hour, which served as the lead up to the PPV portion of the evening ran on WGN America and drew an estimated 196,000 viewers according to ShowBuzz Daily. Viewership numbers were delayed heavily because of the Labor Day Weekend.
The show managed a 0.08 rating.
Zero Hour featured the show intro by Cody and the Bucks, as well as the tag team opening match between SoCal Uncensored and The Briscoes. An "over budget battle royal" was won by Flip Gordon, and featured the likes of Shane Helms, Brian Cage, Colt Cabana, Bully Ray and more.
The event itself had an attendance over 11,000, and Pro Wrestling Tees admitted that they did nearly a half million dollars in sales throughout the weekend.
You can see our full All In coverage at this link, as well as our live post-show podcast at the top of the page. We also have several interviews from the weekend's events at this link. We've posted a story featuring some notes from behind the scenes at the All In show, which you can see right here.