All In is going to be a big show but some fans stopped caring about the event because they couldn’t get a ticket and it isn’t set to be streamed yet.

But with Don Callis’ involvement as the announcer, it looks like All In could be set for some kind of broadcast. Dave Meltzer opened up about this on Wrestling Observer Radio.

“Of course it was. I think I said it was going to be streamed when I said the reason they didn’t run at the Cow Palace was because they couldn’t stream at the Cow Palace for a decent amount of money. There’s going to be some broadcast of it. There’s a lot more to this when it comes to this believe me. There’s a lot of stuff going on you know there’s going to be TV people there. Make that what you will, this is going to be a big deal.”

Therefore it looks like anyone who stopped paying attention to news about All In can start caring again because it looks like people will be able to watch the big show from their own homes.

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