Home Wrestling Bullet Club Members Cody Rhodes and Young Bucks Planning Self-Financed 10,000 Seat Show

Bullet Club Members Cody Rhodes and Young Bucks Planning Self-Financed 10,000 Seat Show

written by Jordan Cobb November 28, 2017

There is no denying that the most popular thing in all of professional wrestling today is the Bullet Club. They have the hottest merchandise in all of the industry right now, trend highly on social media constantly, Being the Elite on YouTube is more popular than ever, and they are the most over thing in quite some time.

So its no surprise they have such a huge influence and following in wrestling that they would put on their very own show. And it all started because of Twitter.

Back in May, Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer was asked on Twitter if Ring of Honor could ever sell out an arena with more than 10,000 fans in attendance.

Then Cody Rhodes of the Bullet Club and current Ring of Honor World Champion took that as a challenge.

Cody along with Nick and Matt Jackson, the Young Bucks, has been scouting out locations as to where to hold the show next year that will be financed by the three of them personally. A tweet came out recently with fellow Bullet Club member Marty Scurll showing them on a scouting trip.

The event right now is being tentatively called All In and the possible locations right now are London and back here in the states the leading frontrunners are Chicago and San Francisco and Ontario, California, where Bullet Club just happened to invade Raw recently.

Ring of Honor themselves will be a deciding factor into the show as the Bucks are looking to partner with them for the show, which makes sense given how synonymous they are with the promotion, but nothing has been said about ROH signing off on this.

What do you think of the news? Would you want a Bullet Club ran wrestling event? Let us know in the comments below!


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