‘All In’ Results

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Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free results for ALL IN 2018. The show featured a dream match between Kenny Omega and Pentagon, a huge six-man tag team main event, Cody Rhodes challenging Nick Aldis for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, and much more.

All In 2018 Results:

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1. So Cal Uncensored defeated the Briscoe Brothers. The Briscoes went for a Doomsday Device, but Frankie Kazarian was able to counter it into a slam mid-move to win the opening match.

2. Flip Gordon won the Over the Budget Battle Royal to earn a shot at the Ring of Honor World Championship later in the night. Bully Ray eliminated Jordynne Grace and Colt Cabana, thinking he’d won the match. Chico El Luchador, who’d been taken out early in the match but not eliminated, re-entered the ring, unmasked as Flip Gordon, and eliminated Bully Ray. Flip will move on to face Jay Lethal for the ROH title.


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1. ‘M-Dogg’ Matt Cross defeated MJF with a shooting star press.

2. Christopher Daniels defeated Stephen Amell. Jerry Lynn was the special guest referee for the match. Amell was accompanied to the ring by Arrow co-star Josh Segarra. At one point during the match, Amell missed a dive from the top rope to the floor and went through a table. Lynn refused to count him out and rolled him back into the ring, causing Lynn and Daniels to almost come to blows. Amell survived a Best Moonsault Ever and countered Angels Wings, but fell to a second Best Moonsault Ever.

3. Tessa Blanchard Chelsea Green, Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D., and Madison Rayne. Tenille Dashwood and Mandy Leon were on commentary. Blanchard hit a hammerlock DDT on Green to win the match, although it looked like the pin was supposed to be broken up.

4. NWA World Championship Match: Cody defeated Nick Aldis (c). Cody was accompanied to the ring by Brandi Rhodes, Diamond Dallas Page, Glacier (!!), Tommy Dreamer, and Pharaoh the dog. Aldis was accompanied by Jeff Jarrett, Shawn Daivari, Sam Shaw, and Tim Storm. Cody was knocked out after springboarding to the outside and getting caught with an elbow to the face from Aldis, but referee Earl Hebner refused to stop the match. DDP checked on Cody, but was shoved by Daivari, so he hit Daivari with a Diamond Cutter. Also during the match, Brandi Rhodes covered Cody to protect him and took a flying elbow to the back. Cody was eventually able to power through, counter a sunset flip into a pin, and win the NWA Heavyweight Championship.

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5. Chicago Street Fight: Adam Page defeated Joey Janela. Page won a crazy match with a Rite of Passage from the top of a ladder through a table. After the match, Joey Ryan “rose from the dead” — which makes sense if you keep up with Being The Elite — and attacked Page, hitting a YouPorn Plex and ordering an army of Penis Druids to carry Page away. No, really.

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6. Ring of Honor World Championship Match: Jay Lethal (c) defeated Flip Gordon. Gordon was accompanied to the ring by Brandi Rhodes. Lethal, as “Black Machismo,” entered in Macho Man Randy Savage’s WCW gear alongside Savage’s brother, Lanny Poffo. Gordon “Hulked up” at one point. Lethal countered a springboard into a cutter, then hit Lethal Injection to win the match and retain the championship. After the match, Bully Ray attacked both men. Colt Cabana made the save, and Bully Ray got Shield-Bombed through a table.

7. Kenny Omega defeated Penta El Zero M. Both men kicked out of multiple (and I mean MULTIPLE) finishers, but Omega was able to finally get the pin with One-Winged Angel. After the match, the lights went out, and when they came back on, Chris Jericho (dressed as Penta) attacked Omega.

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8. Kazuchika Okada defeated Marty Scurll. Okada was able to put Scurll away after two Rainmakers in (at the risk of editorializing) what might’ve been the match of the night.

9. The Young Bucks and Kota Ibushi defeated Rey Mysterio, Bandido, and Rey Fenix. Mysterio had Wolverine-themed gear. The Bucks pinned Badido with a Meltzer Driver, after a Golden Elite-style More Bang For Your Buck.

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