Chelsea Green: WWE Banned Wrestlers From Attending All In 2018
Green competed on the card in a Four Corners Survival Match
Chelsea Green has revealed how WWE banned their own talent from being in attendance for the All In pay-per-view in 2018.
The first-ever All In show is notable for being the first professional wrestling event in the United States that wasn't run by either WWE or WCW to sell more than 10,000 tickets since 1993. The event, put on by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks, would eventually lead to the creation of All Elite Wrestling.
Green competed on the card in a Four Corners Survival Match against Britt Baker, Tessa Blanchard and Madison Rayne, but partner Matt Cardona could not be there due to his WWE contract.
Speaking on the latest episode of 'Green with Envy', she said: "I really wish that Matt (Cardona) would have been able to go. Everyone at WWE who had a spouse or a partner that was on All In got a text a week or two out from talent relations at WWE, saying they were not allowed to be at All In.
"Originally of course, Matt, and people like Deonna (Purrazzo), Adam Cole, and so many people were going to be at All In backstage watching us. When they sent that text, it was way too risky for any of them to be there, especially after being told not to."