An update has emerged on pay-per-view buyrate estimates for the AEW Double or Nothing 2022 on May 29.
It was previously noted that AEW President Tony Khan revealed that the show did an estimated 155,000 buys, which would’ve been up from Double or Nothing 2021, which drew between 134,000 and 140,000 buys, but down from Revolution in March, which did between 165,000 and 170,000 buys.
In the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer noted that the final number of buys will likely be just over the previously estimated 155,000, which would make Double or Nothing 2022 the third biggest pay-per-view in AEW history:
Current estimates on Double or Nothing are that they will beat the first week estimates of 150,000 to 155,000 buys, probably ending a little over 155,000 and that would make it the third biggest PPV show in company history.
Last year’s All Out and this year’s Revolution were the two largest. This was expected to battle the 2021 Full Gear show that did 150,000 for the third spot, but with another week it looks like just about a sure thing it beats that one
At Double or Nothing, CM Punk defeated Hangman Page to win the AEW World Championship. Following CM Punk’s injury announcement, an interim World Champion will be crowned at AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door.
At NJPW Dominion, Hiroshi Tanahashi will face off against Hirooki Goto, with the winner set to face Jon Moxley at the June 26 pay-per-view.
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