Dave Meltzer reported in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the early numbers indicate the show “will do numbers at the level of the February 29, 2020 Revolution, or 100,000 to 110,000 buys.”
It should be noted that these numbers only include streaming orders through B/R Live and FITE TV and not traditional PPV. As it stands right now, it would be the third or fourth-largest of the company’s six PPV shows to date.
Meltzer stated that All Out is probably down 10 to 15 percent from the 2020 Double or Nothing show, which was the biggest buy rate AEW has ever done and the largest for a non-WWE pro wrestling PPV show in over 20 years.
All Out did around 100,000 buys last year while Full Gear in November drew an estimated 100,000 pay-per-view buys and AEW Revolution pulled in between 100,000 to 105,000 PPV buys.