With the All In event selling out the first day tickets were available, Cody Rhodes’ pet project was deemed a success. Cody decided to plan the event in response to Dave Meltzer, who said he didn’t think it was possible for an ROH event to sell out a 10,000 seat venue.
With the amount of talent that Cody and the Bullet Club have brought to the event, and the hype built up around Cody trying to prove Meltzer wrong, fans were dying for a chance to attend All In. Since they’ve already succeeded in their initial goal, many wondered if All In would be streamed.
A fan asked Cody if All In would be aired on PPV, to which Cody said there are currently no plans to do so.
We have no plans to broadcast at the moment. But we do have fun meetings in LA, Baltimore, and Dallas almost the moment we get back from the UK. Probably cover some of it on #BeingTheElite
This is our first time in this role, we are exploring all options! https://t.co/cQVzUUOYA4
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) May 22, 2018
While it’s not planned yet, it doesn’t mean they won’t find a way to broadcast the event by the time September comes.