'All In' Location Finally Revealed

We now know Cody and The Young Bucks' choice of city.

The location of Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks' self-financed pay per view has finally been revealed.

Tonight saw the release of a new 'Being the Elite' YouTube episode, in which actor Stephen Amell appeared to confirm the show's host city.

All In will take place at the Sears Center Arena in Hoffman Estates, a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Although no matches have yet been announced, we know that the show will occur on September 1st.

The announcement brings to an end months of speculation over the venue of the show. Other widely-mentioned locations included San Francisco, Philadelphia, and even London, England.

In various interviews and social media posts since announcing the show, Cody and the Jacksons have revealed that their target is to attract 10,000 fans. This appears to have been inspired by Dave Meltzer's assertion last year that Cody was not a big enough draw to attract such a number.

Since then, Meltzer appears to be fully on board with the idea - even joining in with the promotion of tonight's venue reveal:

https://twitter.com/davemeltzerWON/status/970860248054448128

A Chicago venue will surely fuel speculation of a potential CM Punk return. The former WWE Champion and indie legend hasn't returned to pro wrestling since his time in WWE came to an end four years ago. He pursued a career in mixed martial arts, losing his UFC debut to Mickey Gall in 2016. There have since been reports of a potential follow-up fight for Punk.

Another big name who will surely be talked about in relation to the show as it draws closer is Daniel Bryan. Another former darling of the independent scene who met great success in WWE, Bryan is believed by many to be waiting out his contract - having been cleared to wrestle again, but not by WWE doctors.

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