Cody Rhodes has come a long way since his days as Stardust in WWE. After becoming upset with his direction in the company, Cody set a course to reinvent himself. The huge independent ‘All In’ event marked the apex of that plan.

The show took place in 2018 after Cody Rhodes responded to a tweet by Dave Meltzer that claimed Ring of Honor couldn’t sell 10,000 tickets to an event. Rhodes told Meltzer that he’d take that bet. The idea eventually turned into a self-funded independent event that sold out the Sears Centre Arena outside of Chicago.

Cody recently responded to a fan who reminded him of how special that evening was. Rhodes said he will never forget it. Cody called it “Woodstock for wrestling.”

“I’ll never forget. Woodstock for wrestling. The boys & I were able to set the table and shine light on what could be possible for the sport. Grateful to the fans who took the ride.

The plaque still on the building? I’ve never seen it, might take a detour early Sunday for a pic.”

Another fan responded that the All In plaque was still on the building. Cody will main event WWE’s Hell in a Cell premium live event on Sunday against Seth Rollins. He might just take a detour to reflect on what was achieved back in 2018.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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