Matt Hardy gives his praise to the boys.
It has been nearly two weeks since 'All In' took place. The new NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Cody and The Young Bucks successfully sold out a 10,000 seat arena and presented a card with eleven matches that aired on WGN America, Ring Of Honor's streaming service HonorClub and the show was also live on FITE TV. 'All In' has received tons of praise from fellow in-ring performers, podcasters, fans in attendance and from those who viewed the show from their own personal space.
One man who has a close relationship with The Young Bucks and Cody who shared his praise for them on their success is former two-time RAW Tag Team Champion Matt Hardy. As Hardy was doing a Q&A session on YouTube, he was asked about 'All In' and stated that he has not watched the PPV but he did DVR the 'Zero Hour' kickoff show. Hardy said that he kept up with the show through social media and through clips online and he is very proud of what the Young Bucks and Cody have accomplished. Hardy also threw a few compliments at the current IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega.
“Welp, full disclosure I gotta be honest, I haven’t watched the All In pay-per-view. I watched the Zero Hour pre-show. It was on television. I set my DVR to get that." Hardy revealed. "I was actually busy that day. I followed it online and obviously I’ve seen a lot of clips from the show and it looked extremely impressive, and I love The Bucks. I am [a big fan] of The Young Bucks - both as performers and as people, and I like Cody. I’ve always liked Cody as well and I’m just very happy for those three and I’m very proud of those three and from everything I’ve seen from the show the guys just killed it." Hardy continued, "I don’t know Kenny Omega well. I’ve met him once maybe twice, but I like Kenny Omega a lot too and I think he’s just a kick-ass entertainer as well so I’m just very proud of those guys and I’m happy they had such a smashing, monstrous success with All In. I hope it continues for them and I hope they can do more things like that. I think its good for the industry, its healthy for the industry, its healthy for all the talent and more power to em’ man. I’m very proud of everybody who was involved in that show. Good for them."
'All In' was massive success in the eyes of many including Fightful's podcast crew who reviewed the show immediately after it ended. To hear their thoughts on 'All In', head over to the "podcasts" section of the site.
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