All In lineup: Ten matches set for tonight’s pay-per-view and WGN America “Zero Hour” live special

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following matches are advertised for the All In event that will be held tonight in Chicago, Illinois at Sears Centre.

-IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega vs. Pentagon Jr.

-Nick Aldis vs. Cody for the NWA Championship.

-Jay Lethal defends the ROH Title against the winner of the battle royal.

-Kazuchika Okada vs. Marty Scurll.

-Joey Janela vs. Adam Page in a Chicago Street Fight.

-The Young Bucks and Kota Ibushi vs. Rey Mysterio, Rey Fenix, and Bandido.

-Christopher Daniels vs. Stephen Amell.

-Madison Rayne vs. Tessa Blanchard vs. Britt Baker vs. Chelsea Green in a four-way.

-Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe vs. Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky.

-15-man “Over Budget” Battle Royal (Entrants: Colt Cabana, Moose, Jordynne Grace, Rocky Romero, Ethan Page, Brian Cage, Billy Gunn, Jimmy Jacobs, Marko Stunt, Brandon Cutler, Punishment Martinez).

Powell’s POV: The broadcast team will be Alicia Atout, Don Callis, Sean Mooney, Ian Riccaboni, Excalibur, Bobby Cruise, and Justin Roberts. The referees will be Paul Turner, Rick Knox, Todd Sinclair, Earl Hebner, and former ECW and ROH Champion Jerry Lynn. The first hour of the show will air free on WGN America at 5CT/6ET. The remaining four hours will air on pay-per-view television, FITE TV, and the HonorClub streaming service. The pay-per-view pricing is listed at $39.99. The Briscoes vs. Kazarian and Sky, and the battle royal will air on the “Zero Hour” WGN America special. Join John Moore for live coverage of Zero Hour and All In tonight. Dot Net Members will hear my exclusive audio review on Sunday. Listen below for my All In predictions and an interview with All In wrestler Britt Baker.




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Readers Comments (1)

  1. This was a STUNNER! I saw two guys under TNA contract and a couple who officially retired from WWE. Was this some kind of locker room benefit or are the major promos supporting RoH???

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