Details on the buy rate for AEW Full Gear are in. This was AEW’s latest PPV taken place on November 7th, 2020
Dave Meltzer reported that the early numbers indicate the PPV looks to be about the same as AEW All Out in September and AEW Revolution in February.
“Domestic buys were lower than those shows, but overseas buys were higher, and it should be around 100,000 when all is said and done. “
He pointed out that last year’s AEW Full Gear was the lowest number the promotion has done since it started. The feeling behind the scenes was buys were low due to going up against college football on Saturday nights. Doing a PPV in the fall months makes it challenging to draw buys.
AEW All Out did around 100,000 buys last year while AEW Full Gear in November 2019 drew an estimated 100,000 buys. AEW Revolution pulled in between 100,000 to 105,000 PPV buys. This year’s AEW Double or Nothing and All Out were also around 100,000.
AEW World Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston in an I Quit Match headlined the show with Moxley getting the win.