On the latest episode of Being the Elite Cody revealed that tickets for ALL OUT will go on sale on Friday, June 14, at noon eastern.
“I want you to be prepared, I want you to have all the information. For starters, fan-friendly price points, just like with Double or Nothing. The most expensive seat in the house is $190, the cheapest seat is $30.”
For more quotes from Cody check out comicbook’s article.
Last night Jon Moxley made his AEW debut. Shortly after the show Cody confirmed that Moxley’s appearance is more than a one off deal. Cody confirmed (via Chris Van Vliet) that Moxley is officially under contract for “multiple years”
“Rhodes went on to confirm they’ve signed Moxley to a multiyear contract to add to their already star-studded roster.”
For more on Double or Nothing check out Bleacher Report’s article.
The past couple of weeks there has been a lot of speculation surrounding PAC and whether or not he would be working with AEW in the future. Yesterday during a Starrcast question and answer session Cody sounded optimistic about the possibility of working with PAC.
“Instead of not giving (the fans) anything, we wanted you to at least have the match and that’s why we put it out for free. I wouldn’t say that Pac is out of AEW, by any means. I also wouldn’t put any heavy stock into the amount of speculation that was around the whole thing. Our media is unregulated, so they can just say anything. It’s ongoing, we want it to work out. We mentioned the UK pay-per-view and we want Pac in AEW. I wouldn’t put stock into what you heard.”
NoDQ.com has more on PAC and AEW. Quotes thanks to Fightful.com.