All In drew a lot of attention from all over the world as talent from Impact Wrestling, ROH, NJPW, and AAA all came together for one of the biggest pro wrestling events ever. Over 11,000 people crammed inside the Sears Centre to see the matches go down live and many more were watching at home on various streaming platforms.
AJ Styles is a guy who knows the All In crew well. The former leader of The Bullet Club recently spoke to The Daily Star while promoting the new WWE 2k19 video game where he had a chance to comment about All In. He didn’t watch it but has seen some clips. Overall, he’s just happy for his friends.
“I did not watch All In. I watched the highlights. And good for them, man, they did great. Those guys are my friends and I am happy for them. I am happy with their success. I hope they continue to do it. This is good for business for everybody. When there is someone to compete against it is good for everyone and steps everybody’s game up.”
Only time will tell if All In 2 becomes a reality. After all, in order for it to go down, the primary players in the event might have to turn down hefty WWE contracts. But AJ Styles was certainly happy about how things have transpired so far.