ProWrestlingSheet.com is reporting that Ring of Honor stars Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks are currently in talks "with multiple venues" to hold a 10,000-seat event in 2018.
It was previously tweeted by Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer that ROH wouldn't sell out a show with 10,000 seats "any time soon," to which Cody responded that he would "take that bet."
The report further states that Cody has been attempting to make that plan happen ever since, so he and The Young Bucks decided they would self-finance an event, which is being referred to as "All In." The report also states that various aspects of the plan have been "rapidly progressing" over the past few weeks in regards to an official announcement being made.
Last weekend, Cody posted a photo on his official Twitter page showing that he and The Young Bucks were on a "scouting mission" with fellow Bullet Club member Marty Scurll. Furthermore, the following locations are considered to be frontrunners for the show:
--San Francisco, California
--Ontario, California (where Bullet Club's invasion of WWE took place)
ProWrestlingSheet's report goes on to state that Cody and The Young Bucks are looking to partner with ROH due to the three having exclusive domestic contracts with the company; however, it remains unclear as to whether or not any sort of deal has been worked out as of yet.