News On PPV Buys & Google Interest For AEW Transformation

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This year’s AEW Revolution pay-per-view occasion was headlined by a 60-minute Iron Man match pitting AEW World Champion MJF preventing Bryan Danielson.

The program did in between 120,000 to 129,000 buys, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer. Meltzer included, ” that number will most likely grow to simply under or a little over 130,000 with late buys.”

In 2015’s program drew in between 165,000 and 173,000 buys, which was headlined by Hangman Page safeguarding the AEW World Title versus Adam Cole.

The previous PPV occasion held by AEW was Full Gear in November, which drew 140,000 buys.

Meltzer kept in mind that the program did 50,000 searches on Google and was No. 12 for the day in the United States. Meltzer included they were “huge two times in 2015, after Double or Nothing and All Out with the brawl consequences.”

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