Wrestlenomics is reporting that AEW Full Gear did around 145,000 buys on Saturday night.
That is down from the 200,000 buys for All Out but that was expected because All Out had the hype around CM Punk’s first match in 7 years and the surprises that fans were expecting.
Full Gear 2021 did well above last year’s show that drew around 100,000 buys. The final number for 2021 will be higher than 145,000 once the late buys are accounted for. The late buys traditionally account for approximately 10 percent of overall sales.
This year’s buyrate shows that the company has real momentum with their existing roster and the new signings have also paid off.
AEW Full Gear PPV buys and overall gross estimate
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