The early numbers are in for AEW All In, and it looks like the event was a massive success. According to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the show scored between 168,000 and 184,000 pay-per-view buys. This puts it in contention for the third-highest or second-highest selling PPV in AEW history.
For some context, AEW’s highest selling PPV event was All Out 2021, which had 215,000 buys. That show featured the highly anticipated return of CM Punk after a seven-year hiatus, as well as the debuts of Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole. It also saw Kenny Omega defend the AEW World Championship against Christian Cage in the main event.
The second highest selling AEW pay-per-view was Revolution 2022, which garnered 175,000 buys. This event featured Adam Page defending the world title against Adam Cole in the main event and a thrilling dog-collar match between CM Punk and MJF.
AEW All In also achieved another significant milestone by breaking a worldwide paid attendance record with 81,035 paid fans. This is an incredible accomplishment and a testament to the popularity and global reach of AEW. You can read more about this record-breaking achievement on Wrestling Headlines here.
It’s clear that AEW All In was a must-see event for wrestling fans. With its star-studded lineup and high-stakes matches, it delivered on all fronts. The impressive number of pay-per-view buys is a testament to the loyal fanbase that AEW has cultivated over the years.
As always, AEW continues to push the boundaries and provide fans with top-notch wrestling entertainment. With upcoming events like Full Gear and Revolution on the horizon, it’s safe to say that AEW’s momentum shows no signs of slowing down.
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