It appears Cody Rhodes wants Vince Russo to have nothing to do with the upcoming Bullet Club “All In” event. Rhodes responded to a tweet by Russo last week, where he claims that he was “ready, willing and able to appear at the event.” He also stated that “others are attempting to do everything in their power from (having him) attending tells you just about everything you need to know about me and them.”
Cody Rhodes then wrote in response, “We don’t reward bad behavior. Stay away from our event.” You can check out that complete exchange below:
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 Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) May 12, 2018
Previously in March, Russo volunteered his services for the event. He claimed that business is missing “reality and controversy.”
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
Speaking of the upcoming event, a billboard went up for it, and you can check out a photo of the billboard below.
Billboards popping up around town… pic.twitter.com/BMmAVtXwUc
— All In (@ALL_IN_2018) May 11, 2018
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— Mike Mertes @ Gamer Logic (@The_Gamer_Logic) May 11, 2018