Cody Rhodes And Young Bucks Have No Plans To Stream All In, But That Could Change

Cody Rhodes says he and the Young Bucks haven't planned to stream All In. 

At the All In press conference on Sunday, Cody Rhodes was asked about any streaming plans for the September event. The press conference also marked the day of ticket sales. Rhodes said right now they have yet to plan anything for streaming but that could change in the future. 

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"Currently, there no plans to stream All In but never say never. We've never done anything like this. We didn't even know we had to buy insurance. I try to uphold a pretty professional element but man this is the wild west, guys. I promise the show will be very polished," said Rhodes. "It depends on how tickets do well. If it becomes something that people felt left out. That's why the tickets are so damn cheap to begin with. The whole sentiment is that we want everyone to see it," he continued. 

The All In show sold out of tickets in less than an hour. Also during the press conference, Rey Mysterio Jr was announced for the event and so was a NWA Heavyweight Championship match

The press conference can be seen at the Fightful YouTube Channel and the video at the top of this page. 

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