Cody may be the son of The Dream, he also wants to be a Dreamer on his own. Alongside The Young Bucks, Matt & Nick Jackson, Cody wants to self-finance a “All In” 10,000 seats wrestling show. Ring of Honor could be involved in some ways and, mostly, Cody already chose the wrestler he would like to defend the ROH World Championship against.

The rumour has been spreading in social media and on the Internet for a few days but Cody decided to confirm the news on Busted Open Radio in the show co-hosted by fellow ROH wrestler, Bully Ray. Cody explained he and The Bucks are currently in the process to let people know, to be sure fans and wrestlers know this is something that is going to happen. They would love to see Ring of Honor be a part of the event because ROH has been their home.

But for the moment, Cody and The Young Bucks are self-financing the show the way an indy show could be built. But Cody stated the news of them working on this “All In” made a lot of noise in the business and many wrestlers, promoters and owners of arenas of big cities like Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and also cities on the West Coast were interested in the project.

What Cody and The Bucks wants are the fans to be excited about the event that would take place in a city that has a rich wrestling tradition and fan base and reunite wrestlers from everywhere in the world, thanks to Ring of Honor and its partnership with NJPW, if ROH is involved. In this perfect show, Cody has a dream, defending his Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Championship against the perfect opponent, Daniel Bryan. Even he officially retired, Bryan is currently doing absolutely everything possible to be cleared and come back to the ring as soon as his WWE contract is coming to an end around Summer 2018.

Many details have yet to be determined, but Cody and The Bucks are definitely in the process of building something huge and it seems like nothing could stop them. As well as the fans who would be delighted to fill up the 10.000 seats and witness an absolutely unique show.

By Steph Franchomme

News, Reviews, Social Media Editor, Impact Wrestling Reviewer, Interviewer Well, call me The Boss... And French...