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What Happened After ALL IN Went Off The Air? Cody Rhodes Issues Statement After ALL IN

Cody Rhodes ALL IN 2018

The biggest independent event of all time, ALL IN, is now over and some fans thought the event was fantastic, while some thought it was all hype.

The event also featured some Old School talent like Chris Jericho, Billy Gunn, Diamond Dallas Page, Bubba Ray Dudley, Tommy Dreamer.

The top moments from the show were Cody Rhodes defeating Nick Aldis to capture the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship and Chris Jericho making a surprise appearance and attacking IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega.

Cody Rhodes Wins NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship At ALL IN 2018

After ALL IN went off the air, The Elite came to the ring and celebrated with their families, thanked the fans for making the show a success, and promised to stick together in 2019 as they continue to change the business.

Cody Rhodes issued the following statement on Twitter after ALL IN:

The Young Bucks tweeted the following:

Below are the complete results from ALL IN:

– SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) def. The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)

19-person Over Budget Battle Royale to determine the #1 contender to the ROH World Championship: Flip Gordon won by last eliminating Bully Ray

– Matt Cross def. MJF

– Christopher Daniels def. Stephen Amell (with Josh Segarra)

Four Corner Survival Match: Tessa Blanchard def. Chelsea Green, Madison Rayne and Britt Baker DMD

NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship Match: Cody Rhodes (with Brandi Rhodes, Diamond Dallas Page, Glacier, and Tommy Dreamer) def. Nick Aldis (c) (with Jeff Jarrett, Samuel Shaw, Shawn Daivari, and Tim Storm) to win the Title.

Chicago Street Fight: “Hangman” Adam Page def. Joey Janela (with Penelope Ford)

ROH World Championship Match: Jay Lethal (with Lanny Poffo) (c) def. Flip Gordon (with Brandi Rhodes) to retain the Title.

– IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega def. Pentagon Jr.

– Kazuchika Okada def. Marty Scurll

– The Golden Elite (Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson, and Kota Ibushi) def. Rey Mysterio, Rey Fénix, and Bandido (with Theo Rossi)

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