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McMahon Gives Thoughts on Large Indy Show “All In”

(WWE CEO Vince McMahon)

The upcoming All In event selling out in under 30 minutes as the Sears Centre Arena in Chicago, Illinois, which has a capacity of 11,800 people was a big achievement for The Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes. There has been much speculation with regards to Vince McMahon’s reaction to their success given it could potentially be seen as competition.

Chris Jericho revealed on his Talk Is Jericho that he had conversations with Vince McMahon about the All In event and McMahon told Jericho that he wished Cody and The Young Bucks would have called him so he could have given them some advice.

“Speaking about Vince, I told Vince about All In four or five months ago. We were just discussing it, shooting the breeze and I go, ‘yeah the show is in September in Chicago.’ Vince is like, ‘ah I wish they would have called me. September is the worst time of the year to promote — it’s terrible!'”

Jericho added, “I’m like, you’re got old-school forty years of promoting and (he says) ‘they should have called me.”

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