Update On PPV Buy Rate For AEW Double Or Nothing 2023

Update On PPV Buy Rate For AEW Double Or Nothing 2023 AEW

Following last week’s report on AEW Double or Nothing 2023’s PPV buy-rate, there has now been a further update, revealing yet another strange occurrence with PPV buys in the company.

According to Dave Meltzer on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, Double or Nothing became the second straight AEW PPV to see a significant increase in buys in the week following the event taking place.

This ultimately paints a much better picture of Double or Nothing’s overall success than was first believed when initial numbers came out last week.

Meltzer revealed:

“As of this morning, they were up 14% from last Thursday, so that would be over the last six days.

“It’s the second pay-per-view in a row that this has happened.

“So the pay-per-view for Double Or Nothing is gonna end up doing better than almost everyone would have projected a week ago.”

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As Meltzer mentioned, this late increase follows the same occurrence from March’s Revolution PPV, albeit, at a lower rate.

Meltzer noted in last week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Revolution saw a staggering 30.7 percent of increase in PPV buys the week after the event aired.

Nevertheless the updated figures will paint a more successful picture of Double or Nothing overall, something that became a topic of discussion recently.

With Double or Nothing in the rear-view AEW can look forward to both the debut of AEW Collision on June 17 and the AEW x NJPW PPV Forbidden Door II on June 25.

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4 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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