Cody and the Young Bucks made a huge announcement about the upcoming All In wrestling super-mega-crossover event happening on September 1st. For fans who weren’t able to get tickets to the sold-out show, All In will be broadcast on PPV and streamed on Fite TV and Ring of Honor’s Honor Club service, a press release revealed today. In addition, All In is getting… a Zero Hour!
Ok, not that kind of Zero Hour. All In: Zero Hour will be a one-hour pre-show broadcast on WGN America.
“ALL IN is more than a phrase,” said Cody in the press release. “It’s a harbinger of change for that wonderful slice of Americana we call pro-wrestling.”
Wait a minute. A Harbinger?
In any case, here’s all the details from the press release:
ALL IN will kick off with a special one-hour event on WGN America entitled ALL IN: ZERO HOUR. The broadcast will feature exclusive matches and prepare you for the most anticipated independent show of all time, ALL IN. ALL IN: ZERO HOUR will air at 6pm ET/5pm CT on Saturday, September 1, 2018.
Then, the official ALL IN event will be available on all major pay-per-view providers as well as FITE starting at 7pm ET/6pm CT that same evening. ALL IN will feature some incredible matches including the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship Match between “The American Nightmare” Cody and the defending champion Nick Aldis, “The Villain” Marty Scurll will go one-on-one with “The Rainmaker” Kazuchika Okada, and The Golden Elite team of The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) and Kota Ibushi will take on Rey Mysterio, Fenix and Bandido in 6-man tag team action. Other talent appearing includes Kenny Omega, “Hangman” Adam Page, Stephen Amell, and ROH World Champion Jay Lethal.
“FITE has quickly become the destination for all of the top wrestling programs in the world to debut. We are thrilled to be involved in such a barrier breaking event like All In,” said FITE COO, Michael Weber. “Wrestling fans will not only be able to experience this one-of-a-kind event on FITE, but they will also be able to interact with other fans using our unique in-program chat feature during the live telecast.”
Additionally, Cody and The Young Bucks have reached a deal with their home promotion Ring of Honor Wrestling to stream the 4-hour live event on HONOR CLUB (www.ROHHonorClub.com).