It took under 60 minutes but the All In wrestling event at Sears Centre Arena in the Chicago, Illinois suburb of Hoffman Estates on September 1.

For months, the speculation if a self-financed, 10-thousand seat event put on by the Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes could sell out, but we got the answer on Sunday when they did it in less than an hour.

Tickets went on-sale Sunday afternoon and it only took a total of thirty-minutes for All In at the Sears Centre Arena to be considered a sell out. Yet, there is no word on the exact number of tickets sold, but the arena’s capacity is 11,800.

This is already a huge success and the trio have done something nobody outside of the WWE has done in the United States as of late, selling over 10,000+ tickets to an event.

The September 1 date is almost a year to the day that Rhodes claimed on Twitter that he’s “take that bet” when Dave Meltzer, of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, tweeted saying Ring of Honor wouldn’t be able to sell out a ten thousand seat plus arena “any time soon.”

Plans for the event started back in November of last year and shortly after a date and the venue were announced. Since then the group has put together an incredible list of talent for the event including Kenny Omega, Kazuchika Okada, Deonna Purrazzo, Pentagon Jr, Rey Fenix, Tessa Blanchard, Stephen Amell as well as Rey Mysterio Jr and a few others.

There is speculation that CM Punk will join the lineup in some fashion as well following the announcement that he would be doing a meet and greet at Pro Wrestling Tees retail store in Chicago the day before the event.

The NWA will also be a part of the show with the NWA World Heavyweight Championship being defended at All In. Rhodes will take on whoever the champion is at the time and currently is held by Nick Aldis (AKA Magnus).

With that announcement it makes All In a show that must be seen, if it wasn’t already.