Last month’s All In pay-per-view event was a great success. Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks self-funded the show and were able to sell out the Sears Center in Chicago, Illinois. All of the biggest names in indy wrestling were a part of the event. After it was all said and done, fans were calling for the mega-show to become an annual event.
Cody and The Young Bucks got on the mic and commented on the possibility, hinting that’s exactly what could happen in the coming years. Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that there are plans being discussed for possible All In 2 and All In 3 events. However, several members of The Bullet Club have contracts expiring soon and need to get that sorted out first. Memorial Day and Labor Day are being looked at as possible dates for the shows.
Memorial Day, however, would be cutting it close with New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring Of Honor’s “G1 Supercard” from Madison Square Garden on April 6th. That kind of turnaround may be too fast for fans traveling to the show. It was also noted that locations such as Chicago and Southern California were being discussed.