Goldust, Zack Ryder & More WWE Legends Send Their Well-Wishes to ‘ALL IN’

The long, slow build to All In will finally come to end when Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks broadcast the big show live. The independent stars vowed to fill an arena of 10,000 fans for their show, a figure no other North American promotion achieves outside of WWE. The ticket sales were an accomplishment all on their own, but the pressure is now on to deliver a great show.

Big brother Goldust is watching and wishing Cody well as he has his own match on the card for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. The history of that title,the Rhodes family and the industry at large are deeply intertwined.

Hey little brother @CodyRhodes , I want to wish you the very best as you go #AllIn and fight for the coveted #NWAWorldHeavyweightChampionship . The world is watching you and what you have done is incredible. Try to enjoy the magic created. #ILoveYou #AllIn #BeAtHomeWatchin

— Dustin Rhodes (@Goldust) August 31, 2018

Goldust isn’t the only WWE star rooting for a superstar preparing for All In. Zack Ryder’s girlfriend, Chelsea Green, is on the card.

Good luck tonight @ImChelseaGreen! I’m your biggest fan…I love you!

— Zack Ryder (@ZackRyder) September 1, 2018

Even WWE legend Ted DiBiase is getting in on the praise while Bully Ray acknowledges the rebel nature of the event.

I want to wish @CodyRhodes, @MattJackson13, & @NickJacksonYB all the best for their history-making @ALL_IN_2018 event.

The story of how #ALLIN came together epitomizes the American Dream, both the person (Hi Dusty!) and ideals.

TOMORROW, watch it live on PPV or @FiteTV 7pm ET.

— Ted DiBiase (@MDMTedDiBiase) August 31, 2018

21yrs ago, a bunch of Rebels did what the “experts” said “could not be done.”

Tonight, 3 Rebels do the EXACT same thing.

The Dream lives on and The Revolution Continues!

CONGRATS to ALL INvolved. Tonight will be epic and possibly industry changing. #Respect

— Bully Ray (@bullyray5150) September 1, 2018

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