With the enormous success of the All In event promoted by Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks, fans have been wondering whether or not they would be able to see any of the action on September 1 on some kind of platform.
Cody and the Bucks had said previously that, while they would like to have All In broadcast, it wasn’t exactly high on their priority list. However, it seems that feelings on that subject have changed.
On the official All In Twitter page, Cody and the Bucks announced that the event will be broadcasted in “some capacity.”
We can confirm that we have decided in favor of licensing production. So 100% this event will be broadcasted in some capacity. We want as many people to see it as possible! Details in the coming weeks. -Cody, Matt, Nick
— All In (@ALL_IN_2018) June 20, 2018
It’s unknown how exactly the show will be streamed at the moment, whether it will be broadcast with the help of Sinclair Broadcasting or if it will be shown through an online like ROH’s Honor Club.
With talent from NJPW, ROH, Impact and Lucha Underground, All In has grown into one of the biggest non-WWE wrestling events of 2018. With everything that’s been announced, it’s great to know that those of us that can’t be at the show will be able to witness it in some fashion.