Last Sunday night’s AEW All Out PPV reinvigorated and brought out something that was missing from the pro wrestling industry for a really long time and it even reignited the passion of the wrestling fans from all over the world. AEW’s All Out PPV Event also changed the pro wrestling business in ways that we never thought was possible and now they can truly be considered as competition for the WWE.
The All Out PPV Event, which took place from the NOW Arena in the Chicago suburbs of Hoffman Estates, Illinois, was reportedly a massive success and it even created a lot of buzz for the promotion moving forward and the PPV seemingly generated the highest number of revenue they have ever had in PPV buys. Last Sunday’s AEW All Out PPV saw the Lucha Brothers becoming the new AEW World Tag Team Champions, a top-notch Star from NJPW in Minoru Suzuki making an appearance, the in-ring return of CM Punk and the AEW promotional debuts of Adam Cole, Bryan Danielson and Ruby Soho, who won the Women’s Casino Battle Royale.
AEW President and CEO Tony Khan took to his Twitter and revealed that last Sunday night’s All Out PPV was the most watched AEW PPV ever. Khan then thanked everyone who attended the PPV and those fans who watched the PPV by ordering the show. Khan then said All Out ignited the passion of the pro wrestling fans worldwide and none of this would be possible without all of the fans.
You can check out Tony Khan’s tweet below:
Thank you to everyone who’s ordered #AEWAllOut & made it the most watched @AEW PPV ever! Thank you everyone who attended the show! If you haven’t seen it, please consider ordering the ppv; it’s ignited the passion of wrestling fans worldwide! Thank you all for making it possible!— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) September 6, 2021