Vince Russo went on Twitter to comment that he’s ‘ready, willing and able’ to be a part of the All In event scheduled to take place on September 1st this year but was being prevented from doing so. However, he was shot down quickly by Cody Rhodes, who expressed unequivocally that he wanted the former WWE and WCW writer to stay away from the event.
The ABSOLUTE FACT that I am ready, willing and able to appear at ALL IN while others are already attempting to do EVERYTHING in their power to keep me from attending-tells you just about everything you need to know about ME & THEM.
— Vince Russo (@THEVinceRusso) May 12, 2018
We don't reward bad behavior. Stay away from our event. https://t.co/CzMCHhVB6m
— Cody (@CodyRhodes) May 12, 2018
This was not the first time Vince Russo had expressed interest in participating in the event, as he had earlier sent out a tweet in March this year asking to be allowed to cut a promo on the ‘marks’ that will be in attendance.
Openly rendering my services 2 @CodyRhodes & @NickJacksonYB-I want 2 bring back part of wrestling that we all KNOW's missing. Offering my services 2 cut in-ring promo on ALL MARKS who attend ALL IN. You guys r great at what U do, but business is missing reality & controversy. RT
— Vince Russo (@THEVinceRusso) March 16, 2018
Meanwhile, the promotion for the event seems to have stepped up a notch with an All In billboard bearing the words ‘The Biggest Independent Wrestling Show Ever’ going up in Chicago.
Billboards popping up around town… pic.twitter.com/BMmAVtXwUc
— AEW (@AEwrestling) May 11, 2018
The tickets for the event go on sale from May 13th.
Cody Rhodes Tells Vince Russo To Stay Away From All In, Billboard Goes Up In Chicago For The Event - Wrestlezone