All In was a packed event but it all started with Zero Hour on WGN. There ere a couple cool matches including an Over Budget Battle Royal that saw Flip Gordon get a spot in the All In show where faced Jay Lethal for the ROH Title.
We’re not sure about what kind of numbers All In pulled with in comes to pay-per-view buys, but the numbers from WGN is in and there is good news for Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks.
Zero Hour pulled in 196,000 viewers on WGN America and it was the highest rated show on the station for the day. This is a pretty big amount of viewers to pull in, especially for a network possibly toying with the idea of bringing back pro wrestling to their network on a regular basis.
Only time will tell what’s next for the All In crew, but these initial numbers are a pretty good sign.

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