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Amid all of the speculation about what the show means for the industry and what's next for those who put it together, All In was a celebration of the past, present, and future of professional wrestling.
Taken as a whole, All In was a show-of-the-year candidate. It was important that the card delivered, but nothing could have taken away from the accomplishment of it even happening. People were there to have fun and celebrate that achievement, and The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, and everyone else involved gave the fans exactly what they wanted.
The sum of its parts were what made All In special, but those individual pieces that came together were still good. Nearly every type of subgenre of pro wrestling was on display across the five-hour broadcast. The main event six-man tag went at an even faster pace than expected, with The Young Bucks & Kota Ibushi vs.