Adam Page thinks highly of Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks' determination.
Last year, Cody Rhodes and Dave Meltzer had an interaction on Twitter which led to Rhodes and the Young Bucks trying their hand at promoting a wrestling event which is now known as All In.
I'll take that bet DaveI already gave them their biggest buyrate...put The Bucks & I on the card & 3-months to promoteCC @ringofhonor https://t.co/kDUqDqYdtL— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) May 16, 2017
I'll take that bet Dave
I already gave them their biggest buyrate...put The Bucks & I on the card & 3-months to promote
CC @ringofhonor https://t.co/kDUqDqYdtL
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) May 16, 2017
Months of planning, announcements, and storylines on their YouTube show Being the Elite have led to All In almost being here. On Sunday, there was a press conference which was attended by Fightful's own Steve Muehlhausen. After the press conference, Muehlhausen asked Adam Page if the event would be happening even if Rhodes had not made the infamous bet with Meltzer. Page said Rhodes and the Young Bucks would have made it happen regardless.
"Without that, it didn't matter. These guys...I've never met people in my life like Matt, Nick, and Cody. I've never met anyone so driven. They have done so much in Wrestling. But, this is the next thing I think They've got such a following and such support. I think this would have happened either way," said Page.
Also during the interview, Page and Tessa Blanchard discuss their feelings after the press conference and leading into the ticket sales which went live on Sunday. All In is now sold out and will take place on September 1st.
The full interview can be found at the Fightful YouTube channel.
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