As noted, Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks are in discussions to host a self-financed event with a 10,000 seat capacity sometime next year.
The group has been in talks with multiple venues about the event, and possible host cities include Chicago, London, San Francisco and Ontario, California. The Young Bucks are looking to partner with ROH on the show.
Rhodes has reportedly been set on making the event happen ever since Dave Meltzer said ROH couldn’t sell out a 10,000 seat show.
Cody appeared on Sirius XM‘s Busted Open today and revealed that his dream opponent for the main event would be against Daniel Bryan. Rhodes said he can’t reveal too much until the location is locked down, but reiterated that they are “swinging for the damn fences.”
The SmackDown Live General Manager has made it known that wants to wrestle again and he could leave the sports entertainment company after his contract expires in September of 2018.
Bryan teased on Twitter earlier this year that he would be interested in wrestling Rhodes when his contract is up with the WWE. The former WWE Champion was having some great matches in Ring of Honor before he signed with WWE.