This Saturday in Chicago, history will be made. Pro wrestling’s independent event of the decade, ALL IN, is set to take place at the sold-out Sears Centre, with an unparalleled level of hype for an event of its nature. Selling out the 10,000-seat venue took less than a half hour from the announcement of the event, sealing the deal that the buzz of then-rumored spectacle made real. It is the biggest non-WWE event in the U.S. since the heyday of WCW and could very well lead to a return of the glory days of diversity of pro wrestling outside of the flagship promotion.Here’s what the hype is all about: The GenesisThis event is another notch in the trademark weight belt of Cody Rhodes. Since leaving WWE, he’s been on a mission to prove his doubters wrong. After taking the bet from a journalist that a Ring of Honor event could indeed sell out 10,000 seats, the foundation of ALL IN is essentially three men – Rhodes and the Young Bucks (brothers Matt and Nick) – pushing all their chips on the table. The buildup has been such a success that the trio doesn’t have time for a victory lap as… Read full this story
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