Which AEW Star Surpassed MJF In Google Searches On Day Of Double Or Nothing?

Which AEW Star Surpassed MJF In Google Searches On Day Of Double Or Nothing? AEW

More details have emerged on fan interest surrounding AEW Double or Nothing in terms of Google search engine searches ahead of the pay-per-view.

Double or Nothing had a lot of buzz surrounding the event, with CM Punk challenging for the AEW World Championship. Also, MJF had fuelled speculation that he was going to walk out on AEW after no-showing an AEW Fan Fest meet & greet, and reportedly having a flight booked out of Las Vegas ahead of the show.

Per the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the show did around the same number of google searches as a WWE Premium Live Event would do.

Interestingly, while there were more searches for MJF over the weekend as a whole, there were more for CM Punk on May 29, the actual day of Double or Nothing:

The show did 200,000 Google searches, which is what the biggest AEW shows do, and also what most WWE PPV shows do. Because of the controversy and buzz, there were more searches over the weekend for MJF than Punk, although on the day of the show, Punk blew everyone away with MJF and Adam Page being a tie for second and nobody else close.

During the actual show, MJF was squashed by Wardlow in the opener, and CM Punk pinned Hangman Page to become AEW World Champion in the main event.

On Wednesday’s edition of Dynamite, MJF cut an intriguing promo that blurred the lines of work and shoot. You can get caught up with all the facts on the MJF & Tony Khan ongoing saga by clicking this link.

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1 year ago by Sanchez Taylor


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