As noted, Cody Rhodes, along with his Bullet Club brethren, plan to self-finance an event that they hope will fill 10,000 seats, however, a date and location have yet to be announced for the show.
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Rhodes recently spoke to Tim Fiorvanti of ESPN.com, and had provided an update on the event Rhodes is calling “All In”:
“We’ll have a date and a place within two weeks. That’s why I went ahead and commented on the original story, because it’s far enough along in the process that people need to know it’s happening. I was confident enough to say let’s do it. Matt and Nick were confident enough to say let’s do it, but this is something that hasn’t been done. A lot of things have to happen. I think I’m most excited about the creation process. Putting this together with those two guys myself. Some of the stuff that we’ve already got on board — not talent-based, but as far as people who are involved with this and people who have put some confidence in us, it’s just crazy.”
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