Matt Jackson and CM Punk have a friendly exchange via Twitter.
On September 1st, 2018, The Elite will host an event entitled "All In". Last year, the group was challenged to see if they could sell out a 10,000 seat arena and with their rising popularity and seemingly being on top of the wrestling world, that does not seem too far fetched. Already have been announced for the show are stars like Tessa Blanchard, actor Stephen Amell and fellow members of the 'Bullet Club'.
Of course, attempting to sell out a 10,000 seat arena can be appear to be challenge for some, but Cody and the Young Bucks think otherwise. The former IWGP United States Champion, Kenny Omega, was announced for the event and even with the current storyline involving Omega and Cody, "The Cleaner" still remains on the "All In" event logo. Omega in his own right is a huge draw, but a man who fans would love to see back in a wrestling ring is former two-time WWE Champion, CM Punk. Punk has ventured and committed to a career in UFC since his departure from WWE and the sport of pro-wrestling as a whole. But Matt Jackson of the Young Bucks has not given up hope that he can get Chicago's prodigal son back into the squared circle. Dating back to last year, Matt Jackson has stated that he has spoken to Punk about returning to wrestling and working with the Bullet Club in some fashion. You can check out that interview by clicking here,
Yesterday via Twitter, CM Punk and Matt Jackson had an exchange where one half of the former seven-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Champions tried to recruit Punk for the 'All In' show in a joking manner.
It surely would be a treat for those in attendance and wrestling fans as a whole to see arguably one of the biggest wrestling stars of the last decade return to the ring for even an appearance. The 'All In' venue has not officially been revealed, but wherever the venue is, it will surely garner a ton of fan attraction as the hype surrounding the event is growing larger as Sep. 1st approaches.
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