The Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes did it. They sold out the Sears Centre in just under 30 minutes meaning 10,000 tickets for the All In event were bought up. This is an incredible feat for an independent event but it sounds like they’re still not making many waves in WWE.

Brad Shepard of reports that the backstage reaction for All In selling out is pretty much nonexistent at this point. The current hot topics of conversation are the Greatest Royal Rumble event, WWE’s stock price and the current European tour.

Shepard’s source went on to say, “internally some people laugh at the Bullet Club because although they sell a lot of t-shirts, they usually wrestle in front of small crowds.”

It looks like WWE isn’t going to be phased with the success of All In even though we previously reported how WWE wants to sign Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks eventually.



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