PPV Buys For ALL ELITE WRESTLING's ALL OUT PPV Were Slightly Down From DOUBLE OR NOTHING

PPV Buys For ALL ELITE WRESTLING's ALL OUT PPV Were Slightly Down From DOUBLE OR NOTHING

PPV Buys For ALL ELITE WRESTLING's ALL OUT PPV Were Slightly Down From DOUBLE OR NOTHING

There was a lot of excitement heading into All Out in Chicago last month but the latest PPV buy rate numbers for the show reveal that it didn't perform quite as well as Double or Nothing. Check it out...

Thanks to Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, we've learned that PPV buys for All Out dipped slightly compared to Double or Nothing. It's said that All Out did around 101,000 total buys compared to Double or Nothing's 109,000 - 111,000. 

Is this bad news for All Elite Wrestling? Not necessarily. 

Meltzer adds that "internally because the decline wasn’t big, they are blaming it on losing the Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley match which was considered going in as the money match on the show." This does make sense as that was obviously a highly anticipated bout that had been teased for months. Moxley would have also drawn interest from WWE fans. 

The next All Elite Wrestling PPV takes place on Saturday, November 9th and is called Full Gear. By that point, the company's weekly show will have aired on TNT so it will be interesting seeing what sort of impact that has on those buy rates. 
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