The latest update on pay-per-view buys for AEW’s recent event, Double Or Nothing was revealed this afternoon.
AEW and its pay-per-view distributors sold an estimated 115,000 buys on all platforms globally, according to Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics.
The May 30 pay-per-view drew about $6 million total for AEW and its pay-per-view distributors. With the current statistics from Wrestlenomics, Double or Nothing appears to be AEW’s second-highest-selling pay-per-view in its history.
As of this writing, Revolution is AEW’s highest-selling pay-per-view in its history. The March 7 pay-per-view grossed just under $7 million and had around 125,000 buys.
As noted a few days ago on the Wrestling Observer Radio, Double Or Nothing sold about 4,700 tickets and generated approximately $300,000. Dave Meltzer also reported before that it would be the second-highest AEW pay-per-view.
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