All available tickets for “All In” sold in less than one-hour

Tickets for the much-publicized “All In” event appear to have sold out in less than one-hour following Sunday’s on-sale. Tickets were made available at 4 pm Eastern for the September 1st event at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois (just outside of Chicago). Within one-hour, no tickets were available to purchase online.

Tickets for the much-publicized “All In” event appear to have sold out in less than one-hour following Sunday’s on-sale.

Tickets were made available at 4 pm Eastern for the September 1st event at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois (just outside of Chicago). Within one-hour, no tickets were available to purchase online.

The event stemmed from a question on Twitter to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, posing the notion if Ring of Honor would ever sell 10,000 tickets to a show. Meltzer responded, “Not anytime soon”, to which Cody Rhodes added, “I’ll take that bet” and they made a $1 bet on whether Cody could do it.

Over the past months, names have been added to the show with Cody, The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, Marty Scurll, Hangman Page, Tessa Blanchard, Pentagon Jr., Rey Fenix, Jay Lethal, Deonna Purrazzo, Joey Janela, Chelsea Green, Penelope Ford, and IWGP heavyweight champion Kazuchika Okada announced.

Before tickets went on sale Sunday, a press conference was held in Chicago where they announced that NWA champion Nick Aldis will defend against Cody on the show, and Rey Mysterio will also be working the show.

Individual tickets on StubHub range from $100 – $1,995 currently.

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