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Cody Rhodes Reveals Date For 'All In' Bullet Club PPV

The location of the ambitious project still hasn't been announced.

Cody Rhodes today took to Twitter to announce the date of his 'All In' pay per view, confirming that it is set to take place on September 1st.

The project - spearheaded by Cody and The Young Bucks - could be one of the biggest non-WWE shows of 2018, despite not being explicitly affiliated with any particular promotion. The Bullet Club members are reportedly aiming to fill a 10,000 seat venue, although no host city has yet been confirmed.

https://twitter.com/CodyRhodes/status/951121596705624069

Towards the end of 2017, Cody told ESPN:

‘I was confident enough to say let’s do it, Matt and Nick were confident enough to say let’s do it – but this is something that hasn’t been done. A lot of things have to happen. I think I’m most excited about the creation process, putting this together with those two guys myself. Some of the stuff that we’ve already got on board – not talent-based – but as far as people who are involved with this and people who have put some confidence in us, it’s just crazy.’

Several potential locations have been rumoured, including San Francisco, Chicago, and London. Another speculated theory is that the show could be held in Ontario, California - the location of Bullet Club's "Raw invasion" last year.

It's been an eventful few weeks for Cody, who lost his ROH World Championship to Dalton Castle in December, before impressing at last week's much-hyped NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12 show. There he wrestled Kota Ibushi, losing in a positively-received match.

The Young Bucks also wrestled on the show, opening the main portion of the broadcast with an IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship bout against Roppongi 3K. They won that match, becoming seven-time champions in the process.

Despite there being no venue announced for 'All In' at the time of writing, we'll be sure to report that information when it becomes available.

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