It was previously reported that AEW’s All Out PPV Event was able to generate a total of about 28,000 buys, not including those who watched on B/R Live, as compared to Double Or Nothing, which was able to generate an estimated total of about 35,000 buys a few days after the PPV concluded. This is approximately a 20% decline in viewership numbers.
It was also mentioned that the worldwide viewership numbers for FITE TV were down, but the exact numbers weren’t given at the time.
An update was recently provided that the FITE TV viewership numbers for AEW’s All Out PPV Event actually exceeded that of AEW’s Double Or Nothing PPV Event, but the exact numbers still weren’t given.
It will be interesting to see how All Elite Wrestling’s next PPV Event is known as Full Gear will do with its PPV buys as well as its viewership numbers with the different available platforms such as FITE TV and B/R Live.
AEW’s Full Gear PPV Event is set to take place on Saturday, November 9th from the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland and it will feature AEW World Champion Chris Jericho defending his AEW World Title against Cody Rhodes as well as Jon Moxley facing Kenny Omega in a Singles Match.