Tickets for the upcoming Cody Rhodes and Young Bucks self-financed event, All In, in Chicago appear to already be sold out as of Sunday afternoon.
Any attempts to purchase tickets online as of 6:30 p.m. Eastern (5:30 CT) this evening simply displays an “unable to secure seats at this time” error.
With the show being configured to hold 10,000 fans, it would appear Rhodes and the Bucks have accomplished a huge goal by selling out a major arena for a true independent promotion. The Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online reports this would be the first non-WWE promotion to do so in the United States in over 19 years.
The promotion held a press conference earlier today in Chicago confirming Rey Mysterio would be appearing and that Cody Rhodes would challenge for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Outside of that, only talent have been confirmed for the show.
Talent confirmed so far includes Rhodes, Mysterio, The Young Bucks, Stephen Amell (actor of “Arrow” fame), Kenny Omega, Kazuchika Okada, Adam Page, Marty Scrull, Brandi Rhodes, Tessa Blanchard, Matt Cross, Jay Lethal, Fenix, Pentagon Jr., Britt Baker, Chelsea Green (aka Laurel Van Ness), Joey Janala and Penelope Ford and Deonna Purrazzo.