Fightful.com has spoken to several people backstage at this weekend's successful All In show, which was a hit both on-screen and behind the scenes.
It's not a secret now that the Marty Scurll vs. Kazuchika Okada match went well over time and left the show in a bind. The event was already running a little behind and they'd canceled the planned post-match press conferences as it was. Fightful.com told there was some heat on Scurll for going so over time -- to the tune of well over ten minutes by some accounts, but that the situation would blow over by the end of the weekend. Overall, despite that issue, the attitude was said to have been positive after the show, even though it was very hectic the last half hour.
All In had producers backstage to help with the matches, and familiar faces that helped out with putting the show together. Joey Mercury, BJ Whitmer were among the names working backstage, and Cody even had a quick turnaround to help direct the show.
We're told that many wrestlers who were on the show earlier came out to take in the finish of the event, commonly referred to as a "curtain sellout."
Many WWE wrestlers -- especially NXT talent -- were particularly open about watching the show.