Not flying to Chicago on September 1? Here’s how to watch “All In”
One of the biggest independent shows out there will actually be on major platforms for fans unable to attend
Even though we are a few weeks away from September 1, the question of if you are “All In” is still going strong. While you won’t be able to grab a ticket to the event due to it selling out in record time, that doesn’t mean you should be left in the dark.
After months of speculating how to watch “All In”, Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks made an official announcement on the “Being The Elite” YouTube channel. FITE.TV will be the official home of “All In”, with a price included.
BREAKING NEWS: After much teasing we can finally say @ALL_IN_2018 will be LIVE on https://t.co/qrNFVd4mHo!
The upcoming record breaker is available on PPV for $39.99 on 9/1! (Replays included)
Are you #ALLIN?
Order Now ▶ https://t.co/B2f3e40qtC
— FITE (@FiteTV) August 6, 2018
This was announced after the news that the Starrcast Convention will also be on the FITE.TV app. That is not all! There will be a “pre-show” an hour before the main show called Zero Hour. That part of the show will be live on WGN America at 6 p.m. ET. You can also view the event via Ring of Honor’s Honor Club service.
The $40.00 show is considered “Pro Wrestling’s Woodstock” by many. Even a surge in price will not stop people from tuning in from all over the world.
“All In” takes place on September 1 at the Sears Centre in Chicago.
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