All In was a big event and everyone is still talking about it while wondering where All In 2 might be held But it looks like the event made money regardless of whether or not there is a sequel.
The merchandise lines were extremely long during the All In event and with only 2 merch tables open, there were 10,000 plus people they had to service. It was noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that Pro Wrestling Tees really cleaned up during the event as well.

“Pro Wrestling Tees did sell half a million dollars in merch over the weekend so I do know that number. I guess just under a half a million is the only number that’s out. But that’s Pro Wrestling Tees though.”

So if you’re just factoring in the company that makes the shirts, you can probably assume there was a ton of money being spent elsewhere which would have meant a big payday for everyone involved.
Only time will tell how much Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks made off of pay-per-view buys, but it might be enough to entice them into doing this All In thing once again.
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