It has emerged that there was a significant lack of interest in the March 21 WWE Fastlane pay-per-view this past Sunday.
As noted by Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the show only did between 110,000 and 140,000 Google searches.
This is lower than any WWE pay-per-view with exception of some shows in Saudi Arabia and the Super ShowDown in Australia, but those were largely due to the time difference.
AEW Revolution on March 7 had more than 200,000 Google searches, making this the first time that an AEW show had more general interest than a WWE show in the same period.
Meltzer also noted that Revolution had more interest than Fastlane in 38 of the 50 US states.
It’s previously been noted that Revolution broke AEW’s record for pay-per-view buys and you could definitely make an argument it was the promotion’s biggest show so far.
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