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Updated All Out PPV Figures, Why AEW Believes Sales Declined

Dave Meltzer spoke in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter about updated numbers from All Elite Wrestling’s All Out PPV. He states that numbers in the US and internationally were both down on PPV, except the UK, which specifically went up. The company is blaming this drop on the loss of Jon Moxley’s match with Kenny Omega, which was seen as one of the big draws for the event.

Dave also noted that the B/R Live figures came in even with Double or Nothing rather than above them as he previously estimated.


B/R Live looks to end up even with DON, not up as early numbers looked, so that’s around 37,000. FITE, which handled the streaming internationally, ended up being up due to the U.K. Outside the U.K. it was down, but we’re told the final number is looking less than 20,000. ITV Box Office, which is U.K. television, was also up, so that’s over 15,000.

Finally, Dave noted that about half of All Out’s buyers on PPV also purchased Double or Nothing, meaning that word is still getting out about the new promotion to the full audience.

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