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While on Wrestling Observer Radio, Cody [Rhodes] printed that the All In display would possibly not in reality air on PPV tv.

The All In tournament remains to be months away, however the tickets for the independently produced display bought out in slightly below 30 mins, unexpected everybody.

When discussing the display at the Wrestling Observer Radio, Cody defined why the display would possibly not in reality be airing to these, no longer in attendance.

Here is what he needed to say:

“Streaming pay-per-view tv basically it being accessible obviously we have talked about it and we have talked to various people who are capable of doing that for us. It’s a matter of maybe the best potential deal. But it’s also a matter of we have guys like Pentagon who is represented elsewhere we have guys like Okada who is representing New Japan Pro Wrestling and we have me, Matt, and Nick who are Ring Of Honor guys but also New Japan guys.”

So from what we perceive, contractual problems could also be an enormous stepping stone for competition operating the display as the vast majority of them paintings for explicit corporations.

What are your ideas in this?

Check out Cody vs. Brian Cage underneath:

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With H/T to Ringside News for the transcription.

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