Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks are very much on board for an All In 2 and want it to take place in the same building as the first.
With just two weeks left to go until the big day, we are very much in the midst of WrestleMania season right now. Once WWE's biggest show of the year is done and dusted, things tend to slow down for a few months until SummerSlam. This year, however, AEW may well take the reigns as there will be less than two months to go until its very first event, Double Or Nothing.
The hype surrounding AEW has died down a little since the announcements about Double Or Nothing and its roster. That probably has a lot to do with it being WrestleMania season. Rest assured, it will be taking some of the spotlight back in a few weeks time. In fact, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks gave us a little teaser regarding some of AEW's future plans during a C2E2 panel this weekend.
With C2E2 taking place in Chicago, the three members of The Elite saw an opportunity to get the fans even more invested in their discussion than they already were. The trio talked about coming back to Chicago, at which time fans in attendance started to chant "All In 2." Matt Jackson then pointed at the crowd and said "let's actually do what they're saying, let's do that."
Even though the three of them didn't confirm that there will be an All In 2 or its location, what they said makes it seems incredibly likely that if the show does happen, it will take place in Chicago. After Omega commented that he would love to do the event all over again in the same city, Jackson reminded him and the fans that the building where the first All In took place, the Sears Center, would be the perfect place since there's now a plaque outside with their faces on.
Suffice to say there is going to be a lot of AEW news in the coming months. Double Or Nothing will take place in May and there will be another event in Jacksonville later this year. We also have news of the promotion's television deal to look forward to. Throw All In 2 on the pile as well and you can see why wrestlers are so keen to hop on the AEW bandwagon.