Young Bucks member Matt Jackson has said he aims for All In to be much shorter than WWE or NJPW pay per views, in an interview with WrestleZone Radio.
Speaking about the upcoming independent supershow, Jackson said he specifically did not want the show to be a five or six-hour event.
He said: "I like three hours ... I have a short attention span and I’m a father of two."
"I think I’m a millennial, I’m 33 now. I think three hours is realistic and I am going to try and keep it around that.”
Tickets for All In sold out in less than an hour earlier this week.
When asked about the rumors of Hulk Hogan appearing, Jackson refuted the claims.
"He’d probably cost $150,000 just to make an in-ring appearance.’ I can’t afford that,” he said.
"When we first announced this show, I think everyone just assumed we had these endless funds so just go ahead and bring in whoever! Sometimes there are names that are just unrealistic."
All In will take place September 1 in Chicago, IL.
It has been announced that Cody will challenge for the NWA Championship, currently held by Nick 'Magnus' Aldis.