Cody Rhodes And The Young Bucks Didn't Do All In To Get Rich

All In hasn't happened yet and it's already a major success. Deemed the Biggest Independent Wrestling Event in History, the show sold out in 29 minutes with no announced card. 

No one, not even Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks, could predict All In would turn into a four day event similar to WrestleMania. While all three men are preparing for the biggest weekend of their lives, they haven't lost sight of the original goal: to celebrate wrestling.

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"We're not trying to get rich," Nick Jackson told ESPN. "The three of us said, 'Hey, if we break even on this, then I think we can say it was a success.' We're hoping to at least break even."

Matt Jackson echoed the sentiment.

"Someone asked, 'Why are the tickets so cheap?' and I said, 'We didn't do this to get rich,' We did this to make the professional wrestling business richer for wrestling fans and for the wrestlers. We want to give an alternative, an option. Something fun. Even if it is for one night, let's celebrate it for one night."

All In takes place on Saturday, Sept. 1. Fightful will have full coverage from the show. 


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