Cody Feels That 'All In' Will Be The Biggest Thing He'll Ever Do In Wrestling

Today is the day...

As it is written out above, today is the day that The Young Bucks and Cody's self-financed show 'All In' comes to fruition. After months of hype and build the show will be kick-starting tonight at 6 PM EST on WGN America and after the first hour wraps up the show will transition to being only available to FITE TV and/or 'HonorClub' members.

Shotzi Blackheart Says She Meant No Offense To Chris Jericho With Tweet About Blood & Guts

On the show The Young Bucks will be involved in a six-man tag match in which they will be teaming alongside Kota Ibushi to take on Rey Mysterio, Bandido and Fenix. Cody will be challenging Nick Aldis for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship and last weekend at the Ring Of Honor TV tapings in Philadelphia, Cody spoke with Kevin Eck of Sporting News to run down 'All In' before the show takes place. Cody expressed that he feels 'All In' will be the biggest thing that he'll ever do and that when he and the Bucks wake up on September 2nd, they, along with the wrestlers who performed on the show will have changed the wrestling world. 

“This will be the biggest thing I ever do,” Rhodes said. "I’m not going to say this is a game-changing thing; I’m not going to say it’s Woodstock for wrestling. But it definitely does have the potential. When we wake up Sept. 2nd, to be a completely different wrestling world we live in, because this hasn’t been done. It hasn’t been self-funded, self-promoted, and it hasn’t crossed the different borders that you’re not supposed to cross.”


Before the 'All In' festivities get started, Flip Gordon will be hosting his very own 'All Out' party in the Sears Centre parking lot. For more information about Flip's party, click here.


Get exclusive combat sports content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.
From The Web