All In has just wrapped up and it definitely lived up to all of the hype. The evening concluded with a fast-paced and energetic six-man tag team match that saw The Young Bucks & Kota Ibushi get the win over Rey Mysterio, Fenix, and Bandido. After the show went off the air, Bullet Club members and other talents on the show all came out to address the record-setting crowd. Nick Jackson noted that the main event was kept short due to time constraints while Kenny Omega called All In one of the best shows he has ever competed on. Cody Rhodes thanked all of the fans for making history with them and promised that the Bullet Club members will all continue to stick together and keep on moving forward in wrestling.
“We’re sticking together. Not one entity, not one company owns pro-wrestling. WE OWN PRO-WRESTLING!” – @CodyRhodes #ALLIN @ALL_IN_2018 pic.twitter.com/Tz36FlbQdx
— SiriusXM Busted Open (@BustedOpenRadio) September 2, 2018
Nick says he’s not sure if it was obvious, but there was a time restraint during the main event. Had to beat Mysterio, Bandido and Fenix quicker than expected.
— Ryan Satin @ ALL IN (@ryansatin) September 2, 2018
Thank you all for going #ALLIN with us. pic.twitter.com/MjKWMuEN3O
— All In (@ALL_IN_2018) September 2, 2018
Not only were plenty of wrestlers All In last night, but it turns out that a fair number of celebrities were also eager to be part of the show as well. A few different stars in the entertainment industry were spotted during the event last night. Arrow star Stephen Amell was obviously All In as he competed in a match against Christopher Daniels, but Home Alone star and avid wrestling fan Macaulay Culkin was also spotted in the audience during All In. Singer John Mayer also attended the All In event in Chicago, Illinois last night with a couple of his close friends. It seems as if just about everybody was eager to be on yesterday’s historic event, so it will be interesting to see what the future holds for future All In events.
I forced my friends to go to a wrestling show in Chicago for my Bachelor Party.
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It is safe to say know that All In will go down as one of the biggest and most impactful wrestling events of the year, but prior to last night’s show, wrestling fans were invited to indulge in festivities and events will other wrestlers as part of Starrcast. The event was largely put together by Conrad Thompson, and while the event was a major success, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has reported that he is not too keen on hosting a second one at the moment. Thompson created the event while continuing his full time job and wrestling podcasting duties, and it appears that the workload simply got to be too much. Hopefully, this does not mean the end of Starrcast completely if there is another event like All In in the near future.
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