• The Young Bucks Comment On If They’ll Do Another Show After “ALL IN”
During a recent interview with ESPN, Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks commented on if they would do a second show after ALL IN, if they thought they would sell 10,000 tickets, having changed the card for the show a dozen times already, Cody Rhodes not looking for this to be his springboard back to WWE and more.
Below are the highlights:
On if they would do a second show:
Nick Jackson: “Well, you never know, though, if it’s just a crazy success. And you know what? I think it’s already a success, knowing that we’re doing it. And a lot of people thought that it was impossible for anyone to run an arena, and you know what? We’re doing it, self-promoted, all by us and the buzz that we got for it. … It’s been huge. And I think that alone is a huge accomplishment.”
On if they thought they would sell 10,000 tickets:
Matt Jackson: “I knew we would do good, and I always thought we would do 10 [thousand], but I thought we would have to get walk-ups. I thought we would get five or six [thousand] in the first couple days, and then maybe after a week it would get a couple more hundred. Then I thought there would be a giant walk-up, and then hopefully we’d get to 10 [thousand].”
On having changed the card for the show a dozen times already:
Cody Rhodes: “I’ve got about four cards. It’s one of the more arduous elements of this. Matt and Nick and I agreed that nothing happens unless there’s a thumbs-up from all three.”
Matt Jackson: “This card’s changed, what, like a half a dozen times? Maybe more than that? A dozen times already? None of them are written in permanent marker. Or a pen. It’s all been pencil.”
On Cody Rhodes not looking for this to be his springboard back to WWE:
Cody Rhodes: “The Bucks had the idea of doing [All In], and I think I came in with a little bit of motivation. I let them know right away that I’m not going anywhere. I’m not looking for this to be my springboard back to WWE. I love WWE, but I want to try this. I think they needed to hear that — they needed a real partner.”
• Possible Spoiler On Which Brand’s Stars Will Win The Men’s & Women’s Money In The Bank Matches
According to WrestleVotes, a SmackDown Live Superstar is expected to win the Men’s Money In The Bank ladder match and a RAW Superstar to win the Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match.
Texting With A Source regarding MITB winners. Said plans aren’t locked in, but at last check, source said it’s looking like the men’s winner is coming from Smackdown, women’s winner is from RAW. Don’t take as fact, as plans always change but that’s the feeling as of now. #TWAS
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) May 30, 2018
This is in accordance with DirtySheets.net, who originally reported that current plan is for The Miz (of SmackDown Live) to win the Men’s Money In The Bank ladder match.