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Why the Main Event Match at All In Had to Be Cut Short

Posted By: Caylon Knox on Sep 02, 2018

Why the Main Event Match at All In Had to Be Cut Short

According to a report from Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the Six-Man Tag Team main event at last night's All In pay-per-view was originally supposed to go about 28 minutes, but it ended up being cut down to just 12 minutes due to other matches on the card running longer than they were supposed to.

The Chicago Street Fight between Adam "Hangman" Page and Joey Janela went slightly over their given time, but the match between Kazuchika Okada and Marty Scurll went about 12 minutes longer than planned, which was really what ended up taking time away from the main event.

The show ended up going off the air with just a few seconds left to spare.

Source: Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
Tags: #roh #njpw #nwa wrestling #bullet club #all in

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