All In is next Saturday, Sept. 1. And while the wrestling world awaits the Biggest Independent Wrestling Show Ever, the organizers are already planning their next move.
Speaking on a conference call to promote Starrcast, Cody was asked if there were any plans beyond All In given the success of the event. Cody let it slip that he, The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, and Hangman Page already seem to have a plan.
"A lot has happened in the last few weeks. A lot of discussions about the future. One thing that's special about this -- I have to be rather cagey in the answer -- one thing that's special about this group is that we have verbally comitted to each other. I don't know if that's ever been done in the history of wrestling. I've verbally comitted to the Bucks, Kenny Omega, and Hangman Page. There's this verbal comittment that the next step we take -- it's no secret that our contracts are all up, what happens next? -- the next step we take, we're going to all take together. We're gonna take as a family. It could be the dumbest move ever. Wrestling is a shady business. Or could be what my gut tells me -- the right call."
The ROH contracts of Cody and the Bucks are set to expire at the end of the year. Meanwhile, Kenny Omega's NJPW deal is up in January 2019. Hangman Page's deal likely expires around this time as well. Cody did not make mention of Marty Scurll, who has been with all five men every step of the way.
ROH General Manager Greg Gilleland recently stated he would do everything he could to keep the group ahead of April's ROH-NJPW G1 Super Show at Madison Square Garden.