Should Cody And The Young Bucks Stage An 'All In' 2?

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The biggest independent wrestling show is in the books as the "All In" event turned out to be a huge success. Aside from some small issues with timing, the PPV was well received by the wider wrestling community.

The thing on everybody's mind right now is if there will be another event like All In that will happen in the near future.

Cody and The Young Bucks did not mention if they are interested in doing a similar show next year, but I feel All In deserves sequel.

Whether or not Cody and The Young Bucks have enough money to stage an All In 2 is unknown at this stage.

I'm not sure how rich they are, but they don't have the type of funds to do a show like this very often as none of them are businessman.

That said, they should have received a nice profit from the money they got from the first All In show.

In my opinion, I feel if All In is to happen next year it should be a joint effort.

Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro Wresting and Billy Corgan's NWA should team up and make an event even bigger than the first All In show.

That being said, ROH and NJPW may not need to do anything because the two organizations already have a big show next year inside Madison Square Garden.

They can pretty much use the same talent of wrestlers that appeared at All In.

It will be interesting to see if Billy Corgan uses the NWA brand to make it bigger than it is today.

After all, Corgan has more money than Cody and The Young Bucks so he could probably afford to stage an even bigger show in the near future.

Personally, I feel All in deserves a sequel because wrestling fans need competition.

It has been kind of boring seeing the WWE dominate the wrestling industry for the past twenty years or so. Hopefully this is not the first or last All In show!

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